NB Private Equity Partners

Name
NB Private Equity Partners
Manager
Neuberger Berman
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GG00B1ZBD492
Sector
Private Equity
Launched
30/06/2009
OCF
2.75 %
3 Year Sharpe
1.21
Yield
1.6 %
Fund Size
£ 517.18 million
NAV
1,378
Gearing
94
Discount Premium
-22
To provide investors with the opportunity for capital appreciation (through share price growth) and current income (through a regular dividend). The strategy of NBPE is to invest directly into private equity-backed companies, across the capital structure in the best relative value opportunities.
Holding %
Total Credit Opportunities Investments 5.54 %
Business Serve 2.73 %
Pro Ampac 2.71 %
Engineering Ingegneria Informatica SpA 2.45 %
Material Handling Systems 2.43 %
Extraction Oil & Gas Inc 2.33 %
Qpark 2.21 %
Usi Corp 2.13 %
Staples Inc 2.10 %
Telxius 1.93 %
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
Joana Scaff
Joined 03/13/2009

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