Institutional Private Equity Funds

With over 10 years of alternative investment experience, we utilize our experience and deep network to provide exposure to third-party institutional private equity funds for your clients’ portfolios. Our manager selection process is conflict-free, as we are not compensated by any of the managers in the program. We seek to identify firms with a proven track record, a dedicated risk management process, deep teams and institutional safeguards.

Below is an independent survey conducted by Private Equity International ranking the world’s largest private equity firms based on capital in-flows over the last 5 years.

PEI Ranks Largest 20 PE Firms ³

The Carlyle Group $222bn 1987
Blackstone $512bn 1985
KKR $199.5bn 1976
Apollo Global Management $303bn 1990
CVC Capital Partners $123bn 1981
Warburg Pincus $58bn 1966
EQT €40bn 1994
Neuberger Berman Group $323bn 1939
Silver Lake $43bn 1999
TPG $108bn 1992
EnCap Investments $37bn 1988
Bain Capital $105bn 1984
Vista Equity Partners $46bn 2000
Apax Partners $50bn 1969
Cinven €37bn 1977
Clayton, Dublier & Rice $21bn 1978
Thoma Bravo $31bn 1989
General Atlantic $31bn 1980
Advent International $36bn 1984
Permira Advisers €33bn 1985

Funds on this list are not necessarily available for investment through Bind Capital and are shown for general information and industry purposes only. For purposes of clarity, no representation is being made that any services or products of Bind Capital will (or is likely to) achieve profits or losses similar to those shown herein. The performance of such funds (which has not been verified by Bind Capital) was provided by a third party and is not guaranteed as to accuracy or completeness. Accordingly, Bind Capital makes no representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained therein. The actual performance of these funds, including over any given period of time since inception, may vary significantly based on many factors, including, but not limited to, the timing of investor capital contributions and withdrawals, side pocket investments (if any), taxes and withholding, special allocations of new issues, and different fee arrangements. Accordingly, certain investors may have experienced losses in such funds notwithstanding such historical performance. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

¹ Preqin, 2012 & 2019 Report
² According to the latest research conducted by Cambridge Associates, top decile performing institutional investors have doubled their allocations to private investments* in the last 20 years from 20% to almost 40%. Private investments include non-venture private equity, venture capital, distressed securities (private equity structure), private real estate, private oil & gas/natural resources, timber, and other private investments. Source: Cambridge Associates Research Report February 2019.
³ Private Equity International, The World’s Largest Private Equity Firms.

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