Alp Invest Partners

Alp Invest Partners

AlpInvest Partners is a private equity investment manager and at the end of 2009 globally managed over €42 billion (approximately $55 billion).

Founded in 1999, AlpInvest has historically been the exclusive manager of private equity investments for the investment managers of two of the world's largest pension funds Stichting Pensioenfonds ABP (ABP) and Stichting Pensioenfonds Zorg en Welzijn (PFZW), both based in the Netherlands. In 2011, the firm was acquired by a joint venture between AlpInvest management and The Carlyle Group.

AlpInvest pursues investment opportunities across the entire spectrum of private equity including: large buyout, middle-market buyout, venture capital, growth capital, mezzanine, distressed and sustainable energy investments. The firm also invests through a range of private equity investment channels, which include: new fund commitments, secondary market purchases, equity co-investments and mezzanine investments.

AlpInvest has offices in New York, Amsterdam, Hong Kong and London with over 70 investment professionals and over 115 employees.

Read more about Alp Invest Partners:  Investment Programs, Investors and Beneficiaries, History, Private Equity Fund Investments, Secondary Investments, Private Equity and Mezzanine Co-investments

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