FORTUNE -- The venture capital market may be contracting, but Bain Capital Ventures seems intent on growing.
The firm, which mostly focuses on enterprise software and enterprise services businesses, has quietly expanded its managing director ranks through a series of recent hires. The new investors include:
BCV also has promoted Ben Holzman to managing director, meaning it's now added five new MDs in the past year (including Matt Harris, the ex-Village Ventures co-founder who joined in early 2012).
The firm also is losing one senior member, as Jeff Schwartz is moving on after a 13-year run. He will not make any new BCV investments going forward, but will remain with the firm through year-end.
BCV currently is investing out of a $660 million fund raised in late 2011, and is not expected to begin raising its next fund until next year.
UPDATE: I did speak with Schwartz, who says that he plans to remain on the boards of his six BCV portfolio companies "through liquidity." He also said that he plans to make some angel investments, particularly in the compliance and risk management spaces, but that he does not plan to take a fulltime role anywhere in 2014. Instead, he plans to spend more time with his four kids, and increase his involvement with several children-focused nonprofits.
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