Pathway Closes on $400 Million Custom FOF for Asia-Based Investor

Pathway is pleased to announce that it has closed on a $400 million customized fund of funds for an Asia-based institutional investor. The fund will seek to build a diversified portfolio of primary fund investments and co-investments in both the small and middle markets globally.

The fund represents a continuation of Pathway’s successful 30-year history of investing in private markets, which totals more than $95 billion in commitments. To date, Pathway has developed more than 95 customized solutions for our clients across private equity, private credit, and infrastructure mandates.

Pathway Closes on $720 million Custom FOF

Pathway is pleased to announce that it has closed on a $720 million globally diversified private equity fund of funds for a U.S. institutional investor. The fund expands Pathway’s long-term relationship with the investor and will focus on making primary fund investments in private equity partnerships, as well as investments in secondary and co-investment opportunities.

This fund represents a continuation of Pathway’s successful 30-year history of investing in private markets, which totals more than $95 billion in commitments. To date, Pathway has developed more than 95 customized solutions for our clients across private equity, private credit, and infrastructure mandates.

Pathway Becomes ILPA Diversity in Action Signatory

Pathway is proud to announce that it is now a signatory of the Institutional Limited Partners Association (ILPA) Diversity in Action initiative. We are looking forward to working alongside other LPs and GPs in continuing to advance diversity and inclusion, both within our organization and across the private market industry.

To learn more about ILPA’s initiative, please click here.

Pathway Closes on $1 Billion Custom Co-investment Fund

Pathway is pleased to announce that it has closed on a $1 billion custom co-investment fund for a U.S.-based institutional investor. The fund will focus on identifying and investing in co-investment opportunities globally alongside high-quality private equity managers in a variety of private equity strategies.

The fund represents a continuation of Pathway’s successful 30-year track record of investing in private markets, which includes more than $4 billion invested in private equity co-investments. Since the inception of the firm in 1991, Pathway has participated in the development of more than 110 private market portfolios, committing more than $94 billion in a wide variety of private market strategies.

Pathway Promotes Simon Lau to Managing Director

Pathway is pleased to announce that Simon Lau has been promoted to Managing Director.

Mr. Lau joined Pathway in 2006 and is a managing director and Head of the Hong Kong office. He is responsible for investment analysis and conducting due diligence on primaries, secondaries, and co-investments; negotiating and reviewing investment vehicle documents; and client servicing. Mr. Lau also serves on the advisory boards of several private market partnerships. Prior to joining Pathway, Mr. Lau worked in the business consulting division of Accenture in London. Mr. Lau received a BS in information management (first class) from University College London and an executive MBA, with distinction, from the Cass Business School at City University.

Pathway Hires Ben Dreyer as a Senior Vice President

Pathway is pleased to announce that Ben Dreyer has joined as a Senior Vice President in our London Office, where he will be responsible for client servicing and business development across the EMEA region.

Mr. Dreyer brings extensive business development and corporate strategy experience in the investment management industry. Prior to joining Pathway, Mr. Dreyer was Head of Distribution for the DACH and Nordic regions at Lumyna Investments (formerly Bank of America Merrill Lynch) in London. Prior to that, he was Head of Business Development, Germany and Austria, with Strategic Investments Group. In both roles, Ben focused on building strong relationships with a range of leading investors in the alternatives space and on developing value-added solutions to help them reach their investment goals. Ben started his career with Deutsche Bank Asset Management (DWS) in Germany and holds a master’s degree in finance from London Business School.

Pathway Closes on $150 million for Custom Secondaries Fund

Pathway is pleased to announce that it has closed on a $150 million custom secondaries fund for a U.S.-based institutional investor. The fund will focus on making secondary investments in a wide variety of private equity strategies.

The fund represents a continuation of Pathway’s successful 29-year history of investing in the private markets, which totals more than $100 billion in commitments. To date, Pathway has developed more than 90 customized solutions for our clients across private equity, private credit, and infrastructure mandates.

Pathway Closes on $290 Million for Asia-Based Investor

Pathway is pleased to announce that is has closed on a $290 million customized fund of funds for an Asia-based institutional investor. The fund will seek to build a diversified portfolio of primary fund investments and co-investments in both the small and middle markets globally. The fund represents a continuation of Pathway’s successful 29-year history of investing in private equity, which totals more than $92 billion in commitments. To date, Pathway has developed more than 90 customized solutions for our clients across private equity, private credit, and infrastructure mandates.

Pathway Scores an A+ for 2020 ESG

Pathway is pleased to announce that we scored an A+ for our ESG efforts in both Private Equity and Strategy & Governance for the 2020 PRI Annual Assessment. Pathway continues to recognize the importance of integrating environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues into our investment and business practices. Learn more about UNPRI’s mission and find Pathway’s 2020 Transparency Report here.

Pensions & Investments: Commentary on Co-investments

Pensions & Investments recently published a commentary on co-investments written by Pathway managing director Canyon Lew and vice president and assistant general counsel Jeff Hayes. The article discusses why it is critical for investors to understand, and evaluate, the terms of their co-investments, as well as the importance of interests being aligned with the general partner.

To learn more, please read the full article here.