NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lindsay Goldberg, a leading private equity firm focused on partnering with families and founders, is proud to be recognized as a top-decile private equity firm and ranked #7 on the 2023 HEC-Dow Jones Private Equity Performance Ranking. The annual assessment is based on a quantitative performance analysis of the world’s top private equity firms over a 10-year period. For the 2023 ranking, HEC analyzed comprehensive performance data from 632 private equity firms and the 1,241 funds they raised between 2010 and 2019.
"It is an honor to be recognized as a top performing private equity firm worldwide, and to be ranked in the top decile. This recognition is a testament to the culture of our firm and our commitment to building great businesses in partnership with families and founders,” said Alan E. Goldberg, Lindsay Goldberg Co-Founder & CEO. "We are grateful to our colleagues, our family and founder partners, our affiliate partners, and the management teams across our portfolio for their significant contributions to our performance, making this recognition possible. We also thank our investors for their partnership and steadfast support and remain focused on continuing to deliver strong returns."
More information on the rankings, including its methodology, and the full report can be found here.
About Lindsay Goldberg
Lindsay Goldberg is a private investment firm that focuses on partnering with families, founders and management teams seeking to actively build their businesses. Since 2001, Lindsay Goldberg has raised $20 billion of equity capital and has invested in over 60 platform companies and over 300 follow-on opportunities. The firm focuses on three industries that typically demonstrate resilience across economic cycles, including industrials, services, and healthcare. Lindsay Goldberg takes a relationship-driven approach and is supported by its global network of affiliate partners. For more information about Lindsay Goldberg, please visit www.lindsaygoldbergllc.com.
The 2023 HEC Paris-Dow Jones Large Buyout Performance Ranking, published on February 6, 2024, ranks the world’s top large private equity funds, particularly in terms of historic aggregate performance based on all buyout funds raised between 2010 and 2019. The ranking is compiled by Professor Oliver Gottschalg from HEC Business School Paris and draws on private equity fund performance and fundraising data provided by Preqin and data reported directly by private equity firms to HEC. The 2023 HEC-Dow Jones ranking analyzed historic performance data from 632 private equity firms and the 1,241 funds they raised between 2010 and 2019 with an aggregate equity volume of $2.18 trillion. Lindsay Goldberg did not pay any compensation for consideration in the ranking and HEC-Dow Jones Ranking should not be considered an endorsement of Lindsay Goldberg or its funds by the authors or distributors of the ranking. This ranking is the opinion of the party conferring the ranking and there can be no assurance that other providers or surveys would reach the same conclusion as the foregoing. Please find the full report and methodology here.