Factsheet: NB Private Equity Partners Ord

Name
NB Private Equity Partners Ord
Manager
Neuberger Berman
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GG00B1ZBD492
Sector
Private Equity
Launched
30/06/2009
OCF
2.85 %
3 Year Sharpe
1.07
Yield
3.1 %
Benchmark
3.05678 %
Fund Size
£ 482.84 million
NAV
1,172
Gearing
101
To produce attractive returns by investing in the private equity asset class through direct private equity investments, private debt investments and private equity fund investments. The Company intends to pursue diversification for the Company‘s private equity investments across asset class, vintage year, geography, industry and sponsor.
Holding %
20 Other Fund Investments (< $3m Individually) 3.46 %
Extraction Oil & Gas Inc 2.82 %
Pro Ampac 2.47 %
Usinor 2.24 %
The Warranty Group 2.20 %
Staples Inc 1.96 %
Material Handling Systems 1.91 %
Gardner Denver Holdings Inc 1.88 %
Financial Services 1.76 %
Veritiv Corp 1.75 %
Region %
Sector %
Name
Neuberger Berman
Address
10104, New York, United States
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Anthony Tutrone
Joined 03/13/2009
John Buser
Joined 03/13/2009
Brien Smith
Joined 03/13/2009
Peter Von Lehe
Joined 03/13/2009
David Stonberg
Joined 03/13/2009
Jonathan Shofet
Joined 03/13/2009
John Massey
Joined 03/13/2009
John Massey
Joined 03/13/2009

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