Using the Fund Filter

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  1. Selecting via the Fund Filter

  2. Isolating investing entities by an underlying investment 

  3. Isolating investment data by a specific investing entity 

  4. Isolating investment data: From the Investment Summary page
  5. Isolating investment data: From a Company Profile

Aumni’s Fund Filter gives you a
snapshot of deal terms and economics through the lens of a specific fund group, investment vehicle, or your entire portfolio. The data and information you see will automatically adjust depending on your selection, but you’ll still retain visibility into your overall holdings so you can effectively map changes over time. 

While simple on the surface, this powerful feature allows you to isolate and group specific Aumni datasets so you can instantly contextualize and analyze an investment’s growth—that’s nearly impossible to do if you’re just relying on Excel, cap table software, or legal documents.

In this guide, we’ll review Fund Filter best practices so you can learn how filtering impacts both your user experience and your data visibility in your Portfolio. 

Selecting via the Fund Filter

Access the Fund Filter from the top left of your side navigation panel. Click the dropdown to select from an interactive list of investing entities, such as funds, fund groups, and SPVs.  


Click the caret to deselect the constituent entities within a fund group. 


Once you make an investing entity selection, click ‘Apply’ and your Portfolio will automatically refine to those underlying investments. The Fund Filter only effects two platform areas – Portfolio and Reserves – demarcated by a subtle line in the side navigation panel. 


Isolating investing entities by an underlying investment 

If you click on a portfolio company from the investment list or tile view, a blue dot will appear next to its respective investing entity in the Fund Filter dropdown. This way, you can easily discover which of your vehicles (and how many) hold a position in that investment. 


If you deselect a participating entity, the blue dot will turn orange. This indicates that while that entity is active in that investment, its participation is no longer accounted for in the data that you see.


Isolating investment data by a specific investing entity 

If more than one vehicle is active in a single investment, you can use the Fund Filter to track changes over time from the Investment Summary page and throughout the company profile. 

From the Investment Summary page:

Your Investment Summary is the high-level overview your see populate in the list view upon selecting an investment.

Using the Fund Filter will impact:

  • Your cost 
  • Implied value
  • Multiple
  • Your FD%
  • Board members and the respective controlling funds


From a Company Profile 

Once you click Company Page, participation information will reflect only that of the selected entity. 

Using the Fund Filter will impact:

  • ‘My Economics’ 
  • ‘My Aggregate Liq Pref’ and ‘My Total Aggregate Cost’
  • The Company Events, Securities Held, and Transactions will only reflect activity and holdings from your selected vehicle
  • ‘My Liq Pref’ under ‘Liq Pref’
  • ‘My Shares’ and ‘My FD%’ under ‘Capitalization’

As a note, your Co-Investors page as a whole will not be affected by the Fund Filter; however, if you hold a board seat, that icon will either appear or disappear depending on whether or not your selection includes the controlling fund.  

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