How often do VC funds achieve a total return 130% or more over 10 years? by Jason Lemkin | Exit, Fundraising, Leadership, Q&A Roughly, by having more than one deal that returns 6x or more with material ownership in that deal. Roughly, just one makes the fund break even. View original question on quora Related Posts Which large private equity and VC firms are most likely to not be around 10 years from now? Do VC's fund service companies? Why would a VC firm invest in another (perhaps fledgling) VC firm?