*As of 06/30/21, AUM inclusive of $665.0B in AUS and $92.0 in AUM.
1 The Private Equity Discretionary Track Record includes all commingled funds-of-funds and separate accounts managed by Hamilton Lane for which Hamilton Lane retains a level of discretion for the investment decisions, as of March 31, 2021. The results herein include all primary fund investments, secondary investments, and direct investments with an asset class of Private Equity (except as noted below). This presentation includes the performance of investments through the reporting date that were made on behalf of 15 accounts that Hamilton Lane no longer manages but still has access to the performance data. Because the performance includes investments made on behalf of accounts that Hamilton Lane no longer manages but has access to the performance information, such performance may not reflect the impact that material economic and market factors might have had on Hamilton Lane’s decision making if those accounts were still clients of Hamilton Lane. This presentation excludes investments made on behalf of two accounts which Hamilton Lane no longer manages where Hamilton Lane no longer has access to the historical or current performance data of those investments. This presentation also excludes investments where only one account committed to an investment and the account that committed to the investment is no longer an active client, causing Hamilton Lane to no longer have access to the performance data of those investments. Because the performance does not include these investments, such performance could be materially impacted if Hamilton Lane still had access to the performance data. As of March 31, 2021 this presentation represents commitments of $90.9 billion.
As of December 2019, Hamilton Lane changed its criteria for the Discretionary Track Record to include all primary investments and direct investments. In previous track records, direct investments were excluded from the Discretionary Track Record and primary fund investments were only included if two or more accounts committed to the investment.
2 Composite performance is measured for the 10-year period ending March 31, 2021. These horizon returns are calculated on a point-to-point basis over the specified time periods. The contributions, distributions and remaining asset values at the beginning and ending dates of the horizon periods are used in calculating these returns. These returns are net of management fees, carried interest and expenses charged by the underlying fund managers, but do not include Hamilton Lane management fees, carried interest or expenses since it is not possible to allocate such items accurately in a composite measured at different points in time. The performance would decrease with the inclusion of these fees, carried interest and expenses. See the hypothetical example below. Hamilton Lane has calculated and presented these returns on a pooled basis using daily cash flows.
3 Internal Rate of Return ("IRR") is calculated on a pooled basis using daily cash flows. Gross IRR is presented net of management fees, carried interest and expenses charged by the general partners of the underlying investments, but does not include but does not include Hamilton Lane management fees, carried interest or expenses since it is not possible to allocate such items accurately in a composite measured at different points in time. The performance would decrease with the inclusion of these fees, carried interest and expenses. See the hypothetical example below.
4 Regarding primary partnerships and secondary purchases, investments are considered realized if the underlying investment fund has been fully liquidated, has generated a DPI greater than or equal to 1.0x, or has an RVPI less than or equal to 0.2x and is older than 6 years. Regarding direct investments, investments are considered realized if the underlying investment fund has been fully liquidated or has generated a DPI greater than or equal to 1.0x. Distributions Paid-In ("DPI") multiple represents total distributions from underlying investments to the fund divided by total contributed capital. Gross DPI is presented net of management fees, carried interest and expenses charged by the general partners of the underlying investments, but does not include Hamilton Lane fees. Remaining Value Paid-In ("RVPI") multiple represents the fund’s market value divided by total contributed capital. Gross RVPI is presented net of management fees, carried interest and expenses charged by the general partners of the underlying investments, but does not include Hamilton Lane fees.
5 The indices presented for comparison are the MSCI World calculated on a Public Market Equivalent (PME) basis. The PME calculation methodology assumes that capital is being invested in, or withdrawn from, the index on the days the capital was called and distributed from the underlying fund managers. Contributions were scaled by a factor such that the ending portfolio balance would be equal to the private equity net asset value. The scaling factor is found by taking the sum of all shares sold (SS), the sum of all shares purchased (SP) and calculating the number of shares the ending value is worth (SEV). Dividing SEV + SS by SP solves for the PME scaling factor. The scaling of contributions prevents shorting of the public market equivalent portfolio in order to match the performance of an outperforming private equity portfolio. Realized and unrealized amounts were not scaled by this factor. The MSCI World Index is a free float-adjusted market capitalization weighted index that is designed to measure the equity market performance of developed markets. The indices are presented merely to show general trends in the markets for the relevant periods shown. The comparison between Hamilton Lane performance and the index is not intended to imply that a fund’s or separate account’s portfolio is benchmarked to the index either in composition or level of risk. The index is unmanaged, has no expenses and reflects the reinvestment of dividends and distributions. The spreads are provided for comparative purposes only. A variety of factors may cause an index to be an inaccurate benchmark for any particular fund or separate account and the indices do not necessarily reflect the actual investment strategy of a fund or separate account.
6 Private Equity includes all primary and secondary fund investments with an underlying investment strategy of corporate finance/buyout, growth equity, venture capital, special situations (equity), or secondaries, as well as all direct investments with an underlying equity security. Private Credit includes all primary and secondary fund investments with an investment strategy of direct lending, distressed debt, mezzanine, special situations (debt) as well as direct investments with an underlying credit security. Real Assets includes all primary, secondary, and direct investments with an investment strategy of infrastructure, natural resources or real estate.
7 With respect to underlying funds, performance is based upon the most recent reported market valuations received from the general partners at the time the track record was prepared. For funds that did not yet receive a March 31, 2021 reported market valuation, Hamilton Lane uses the “Adjusted Market Value” methodology which reflects the most recent reported market value from the general partner adjusted for interim net cash flows through March 31, 2021. This performance is subject to change as additional reported market values are received from the general partners. With respect to underlying direct investments, the performance presented in the track record is based on March 31, 2021 investment values prepared by third-party valuation providers which is then reviewed and approved by Hamilton Lane. The portfolio investments in which the Partnerships have invested may have not yet issued their financial statements for March 31, 2021. The estimated investment values therefore rely on the information available at the time of approval by Hamilton Lane. It is important to note that some accounts may have a different valuation schedule than other accounts and therefore, it is possible that an investment could have different values across multiple accounts for purposes of the track record dependent upon the accounts that are invested.
The following hypothetical illustrates the effect of fees on earned returns for both separate accounts and fund-of-funds investment vehicles. The example is solely for illustration purposes and is not intended as a guarantee or prediction of actual returns that would be earned by similar investment vehicles having comparable features. The hypothetical assumes a separate account or fund-of-funds consisting of $100 million in commitments with a fee structure of 1.0% on committed capital during the first four years of the term of the investment and then declining by 10% per year thereafter for the 12-year life of the account or fund. The commitments were made during the first three years in relatively equal increments, and the assumption of returns was based on cash flow assumptions derived from a historical database of actual private equity cash flows. We modeled the impact of fees on four different return streams over a 12-year time period. Under these models, the effect of the fees reduced returns by approximately 2%. This does not include performance fees since the performance of the account or fund would determine the effect such fees would have on returns. Expenses also vary based on the particular investment vehicle and, therefore, were not included in this hypothetical. Both performance fees and expenses would further decrease the return.
8 The 2020 capital invested includes all primary commitments that closed during the year 2020 for which Hamilton Lane retains a level of discretion as well as advisory client commitments for which Hamilton Lane performed due diligence and made an investment recommendation. Direct Investments includes all discretionary direct equity and direct credit investments that closed during 2020. Secondaries includes all discretionary secondary investments with a signing date during 2020.
9 Shares are speculative and illiquid securities involving substantial risk of loss. Shares are not listed on any securities exchange and it is not anticipated that a secondary market for Shares will develop. Shares are subject to substantial restrictions on transferability and resale and may not be transferred or resold except as permitted. Although the Fund may offer to repurchase a limited amount of Shares from time to time, Shares will not be redeemable at a Shareholder’s option nor will they be exchangeable for Shares or shares of any other fund. As a result, an investor may not be able to sell or otherwise liquidate Shares. Shares are appropriate only for those investors who can tolerate a high degree of risk and do not require a liquid investment and for whom an investment in the Fund does not constitute a complete investment program. The Fund has no operating history. The Board may elect to repurchase less than the full amount that a Shareholder requests to be repurchased and may under certain circumstances elect to postpone, suspend or terminate an offer to repurchase Shares.
10 The 2020 capital invested includes all primary commitments that closed during the year 2020 for which Hamilton Lane retains a level of discretion as well as advisory client commitments for which Hamilton Lane performed due diligence and made an investment recommendation. The 2020 capital invested also includes all discretionary co/direct investments that closed during 2020 and all discretionary secondary investments with a legal signing date during 2020.
Figures are an approximate amount of total capital invested.
Past performance of the investments presented herein is not indicative of future results and should not be used as the basis for an investment decision. The information included has not been reviewed or audited by independent public accountants. Certain information included herein has been obtained from sources that Hamilton Lane believes to be reliable but the accuracy of such information cannot be guaranteed.