In the last 2 years only 2 articles were published on Alex Bangash, which related to his involvement in sessions at SaaStr, as well as an interview he did for The Twenty MinuteVC & SaaStr Podcast. Over all time there have only been 8 news stories published that mention him.
Alex Bangash is the founder and chairman of Trusted Insight, a platform for institutional investors with over 40,000 members, primarily composed of pension funds, endowments, and family offices. He is also the Managing Director of Rumson Group. He is located in New York, and was educated at Cornell University followed by the Wharton School.
There are 4 news stories relating to Alex Bangash listed on his Crunchbase profile. The stories range from 2013 to 2018. In addition to these there were just 5 news stories posted about him on Google News from 2012 to 2015. However, one of these is a duplicate of a story posted on Crunchbase, which gives us a total of just 8 stories mentioning Bangash. I also searched on news sites with specific information on business and Venture Capital, such as CNBC Venture Capital news, and the Entrepreneur Venture Capital news. However, there was no further data available.
This year SaaStr published an article unique sessions that they plan to run this year. One of them being 'The Founder’s Guide to Starting an Incubator or Your Own Fund' with Alex Bangash. Alex was commended for his expertise in fund generation after having anchored numerous top next-generation funds.
SaaStr also published an interview that Alex Bangash did with Harry Stebbings for The Twenty MinuteVC & SaaStr Podcast. In the interview Alex discusses venture capital funding.
Alex Bangash is also noted by this article, published in 2015, for having invested in healthcare payment system company Eligible.
In 2013 Venture Beat published an article about Alex Bangash's company, Trusted Insight. Within the article they put a few questions to Alex, and he talks about his inspirations for the company. Overall Alex and his company come across in a positive light. This is also one of the articles that appeared on Google News.
In 2015, TechCrunch posted an article covering the formation of a new Venture Capital fund. Alex Bangash is mentioned purely for his position as managing director of the general partner.
In 2015, Alex Bangash was mentioned in an article that announced that Michael Beblo, the director of alternative investments at the Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System, had died after heart surgery. Bangash had stated he was shocked by the news.
In 2012, the Business Insider published an article on the funding raised by 42Floors. Alex Bangash was named as one of the 35 investors who contributed to the round.
Forbes published an article in 2013 on the Venture Capital happenings of that year. Alex Bangash was mentioned in the article due to the large number of funds he was involved in.
To sum up, there have only been 2 articles published in the last to years that relate to Alex Bangash. Neither of these articles are particularly noteworthy, with one relating to his involvement in sessions at SaaStr, as well as an interview he did for The Twenty MinuteVC & SaaStr Podcast. In total, there have only been 8 news stories published that mention him. Overall, there was no negative news published relating to Alex Bangash. The tone has generally been informative, verging on the positive.