An illustrative fund distribution waterfall

Use this simple illustrative spreadsheet to determine how the distribution of proceeds upon winding up works for an investment fund. For simplicity, the distribution here is done as a "European waterfall" i.e. liquidation is done at the end of the fund life and not on a deal-by-deal basis.

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