Goldman Raises $5.5B P.E. Secondaries Fund

Apr 13 2009 | 11:02am ET

Goldman Sachs Asset Management has raised its fifth private equity secondaries fund with some $5.5 billion in capital commitments. GS Vintage Fund V will focus on acquiring global portfolios of private equity limited partnership interests.

Goldman’s GS Vintage Funds evaluate opportunities ranging from $1 million to over $1 billion in size, across all private equity strategies and geographies.

GSMA’s AIMS Group also invests in traditional long-only managers and hedge funds in addition to p.e. funds. To date, the private equity strategies of the AIMS Group represent more than $32 billion of capital commitments across private equity fund-of-funds, secondary market funds and co-investment vehicles.


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