Among Colorado startups, Denver-based startup Guild Education reported the largest raise through the first 11 months of this year.
The charges come in the wake of a $1.1 million settlement with the SEC. Multiple pro athletes are among those allegedly defrauded.
Denver-based startup Guild Education raised at least $142.3 million last month.
A burger company and hemp distributor raised funds this round.
A Boulder-based company focused on developing medicines for musculoskeletal diseases raised $25 million last month.
Among other things, Tysdal defrauded investors in a company formed to make loans to assets by diverting their funds to invest in a portfolio of startups, all of which failed, the SEC said.
A Boulder construction company led the way in startup funding across the state last month.
Emergy Foods says its products don’t contain soy, wheat or pea protein, but are still high in protein and fiber.
Bow River Capital, which has $850 million under management, and manages a real estate fund and a buyout fund, this month said it closed a $160 million software growth equity fund.
Colorado startups haul in more than $100 million to companies such as Blue Moose, TekDry, Alpine Start and more.