ZURICH (Reuters) – Swiss private markets firm Partners Group said on Thursday it expected to raise $22 billion to $26 billion this year thanks to sustained client demand, strong underlying portfolio performance, and a robust pipeline of investment opportunities.
The group received $25 billion in new commitments from its global client base in 2021, bringing total assets under management to $127 billion at the end of December, an increase of 17% year on year, it said in a statement.
It said it secured $32 billion of global investments for its clients during the period, up from $10 billion in 2020.
“We enter 2022 with confidence in the sustainable and profitable growth of our business,” Partner and Chief Financial Officer Hans Ploos van Amstel said in the statement.
Partners Group recently acquired U.S. heating, ventilation and air conditioning parts maker DiversiTech and also took a minority stake in watchmaker Breitling.
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