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Women’s Health, Semiconductors, Crypto Spur Recharge Capital Dealmaking

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Lorin GuPhotographer: Amir Hamja/Bloomberg

Some of the world’s most controversial and crisis-prone sectors are exactly where Lorin Gu wants to put his firm’s $6 billion of capital.

Women’s health, semiconductors and cryptocurrencies all present key opportunities for dealmaking, said the 29-year-old founder of investment firm Recharge Capital.