HLNE - ハミルトン・レ―ン (Hamilton Lane Incorporated)

HLNEのニュース

   Hamilton Lane enters into USD75 million term loan agreement with First Republic Bank  2020/03/26 14:46:26 privateequitywire.co.uk
26th Mar 2020 - 2:46pm Hamilton Lane enters into USD75 million term loan agreement with First Republic Bank Submitted By James Williams | 26/03/2020 - 2:46pm Hamilton Lane Advisors, a leading PE advisory firm with more than USD421 billion in advisory assets and north of USD66 billion in discretionary AUM, has filed an 8K with the Securities Exchange Commission, having entered into a USD75 million Multi-Draw Term Loan and Security Agreement with First Republic Bank. Under the term loan agreement, Hamilton Lane will have the ability to draw upon the USD75 million loan facility over the next 12 months, according to the 8K filing. The term loan facility is for working capital and general corporate purposes. Borrowings under the term loan facility, which matures on 1 July, 2030, accrue interest at a rate of 4 per cent. The term loan agreement contains covenants that, among other things, limit Hamilton Lane’s ability to incur indebtedness. These include: transfer or dispose of assets; merge with other companies; create, incur or allow liens; make investments; pay dividends or make distributions; engage in transactions with affiliates; and take certain actions with respect to management fees.
   iCapital raises a $146 million funding round as it aims to further enhance its platform  2020/03/25 13:28:00 Business Insider
This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence Fintech Briefing subscribers earlier this morning. To get this story plus others to your inbox each day, hours before they're published on Business Insider, click here. The US-based fintech secured a $146 million funding round led by Ping An Global Voyager Fund, which included Goldman Sachs, Affiliated Managers Group, Hamilton Lane, and WestCap, according to a press release . iCapital Network operates a platform that connects advisors and their high-net-worth investors, banks, and wealth managers with private credit funds or other alternative investments via its proprietary technology platform. By using technology, it's aiming to streamline and enhance the end-user experience and help its clients improve their operational infrastructure, due diligence, and administrative support. iCapital will use the fresh funding to further enhance its platform, and some of its investors are already lined up to become new customers. The fintech will use the capital to expand its platform's functionality to further add value for its existing clients by giving them access to a more diverse set of offerings.
   iCapital Network® Completes $146 million Capital Raise to Build Global Powerhouse for Alternative Investing  2020/03/23 12:00:00 Business Wire
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #alternatives--iCapital Network i, the financial technology platform leading the industry in driving access and efficiency in alternative investing, today announced it closed a $146 million capital raise to fuel its future growth. Ping An Global Voyager Fund ("Ping An") led the round, joined by new investors Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS), Affiliated Managers Group (NYSE: AMG), Hamilton Lane (NASDAQ: HLNE) and WestCap. Additional commitments came from existing investors BlackRock (NYSE: B
   Private Equity: The Game That Ends With A Credit Crisis  2020/03/18 23:00:00 Zero Hedge
Private Equity: The Game That Ends With A Credit Crisis Submitted by Saxo Bank's Peter Garnry Summary: Private equity is one of the worst asset classes during a liquidity and credit crisis. Private equity firms cannot adjust risk because they invest in illiquid assets and their high leverage amplifies returns both ways. The recent decline has reduced the annualised return to 5% since late 2003 significantly lower than the S&P 500 and with worse risk-adjusted metrics. Our view is that it will get worse before it gets better but in the rebound phase listed private equity offers fantastic returns. We provide some inspiration of where to look. Instruments mentioned: iShares Listed Private Equity UCITS ETF IQQL:xetr, Hamilton Lane (HLNE:xnas) , 3i Group (III:xlon), Apollo Global Management (APO:xnys), Ares Capital (ARCC:xnas), Blackstone Group (BX:xnys) Private equity has at the center of the lower interest rate environment the past 30 years. In the past 10 years many private equity firms have listed their shares giving the public access to private equity deal and returns.
   Hamilton Lane pulls out of VCCI, leaving money on the table for the federal VC program  2020/03/11 20:45:16 BetaKit
United States-based investment firm Hamilton Lane has pulled out of the federal government’s Venture Capital Catalyst Initiative (VCCI), BetaKit has confirmed. As first reported…
   Hamilton Lane enters into USD75 million term loan agreement with First Republic Bank  2020/03/26 14:46:26 privateequitywire.co.uk
26th Mar 2020 - 2:46pm Hamilton Lane enters into USD75 million term loan agreement with First Republic Bank Submitted By James Williams | 26/03/2020 - 2:46pm Hamilton Lane Advisors, a leading PE advisory firm with more than USD421 billion in advisory assets and north of USD66 billion in discretionary AUM, has filed an 8K with the Securities Exchange Commission, having entered into a USD75 million Multi-Draw Term Loan and Security Agreement with First Republic Bank. Under the term loan agreement, Hamilton Lane will have the ability to draw upon the USD75 million loan facility over the next 12 months, according to the 8K filing. The term loan facility is for working capital and general corporate purposes. Borrowings under the term loan facility, which matures on 1 July, 2030, accrue interest at a rate of 4 per cent. The term loan agreement contains covenants that, among other things, limit Hamilton Lane’s ability to incur indebtedness. These include: transfer or dispose of assets; merge with other companies; create, incur or allow liens; make investments; pay dividends or make distributions; engage in transactions with affiliates; and take certain actions with respect to management fees.
   iCapital raises a $146 million funding round as it aims to further enhance its platform  2020/03/25 13:28:00 Business Insider
This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence Fintech Briefing subscribers earlier this morning. To get this story plus others to your inbox each day, hours before they're published on Business Insider, click here. The US-based fintech secured a $146 million funding round led by Ping An Global Voyager Fund, which included Goldman Sachs, Affiliated Managers Group, Hamilton Lane, and WestCap, according to a press release . iCapital Network operates a platform that connects advisors and their high-net-worth investors, banks, and wealth managers with private credit funds or other alternative investments via its proprietary technology platform. By using technology, it's aiming to streamline and enhance the end-user experience and help its clients improve their operational infrastructure, due diligence, and administrative support. iCapital will use the fresh funding to further enhance its platform, and some of its investors are already lined up to become new customers. The fintech will use the capital to expand its platform's functionality to further add value for its existing clients by giving them access to a more diverse set of offerings.
   iCapital Network® Completes $146 million Capital Raise to Build Global Powerhouse for Alternative Investing  2020/03/23 12:00:00 Business Wire
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #alternatives--iCapital Network i, the financial technology platform leading the industry in driving access and efficiency in alternative investing, today announced it closed a $146 million capital raise to fuel its future growth. Ping An Global Voyager Fund ("Ping An") led the round, joined by new investors Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS), Affiliated Managers Group (NYSE: AMG), Hamilton Lane (NASDAQ: HLNE) and WestCap. Additional commitments came from existing investors BlackRock (NYSE: B
   Private Equity: The Game That Ends With A Credit Crisis  2020/03/18 23:00:00 Zero Hedge
Private Equity: The Game That Ends With A Credit Crisis Submitted by Saxo Bank's Peter Garnry Summary: Private equity is one of the worst asset classes during a liquidity and credit crisis. Private equity firms cannot adjust risk because they invest in illiquid assets and their high leverage amplifies returns both ways. The recent decline has reduced the annualised return to 5% since late 2003 significantly lower than the S&P 500 and with worse risk-adjusted metrics. Our view is that it will get worse before it gets better but in the rebound phase listed private equity offers fantastic returns. We provide some inspiration of where to look. Instruments mentioned: iShares Listed Private Equity UCITS ETF IQQL:xetr, Hamilton Lane (HLNE:xnas) , 3i Group (III:xlon), Apollo Global Management (APO:xnys), Ares Capital (ARCC:xnas), Blackstone Group (BX:xnys) Private equity has at the center of the lower interest rate environment the past 30 years. In the past 10 years many private equity firms have listed their shares giving the public access to private equity deal and returns.
   Hamilton Lane pulls out of VCCI, leaving money on the table for the federal VC program  2020/03/11 20:45:16 BetaKit
United States-based investment firm Hamilton Lane has pulled out of the federal government’s Venture Capital Catalyst Initiative (VCCI), BetaKit has confirmed. As first reported…
   Hamilton Lane enters into USD75 million term loan agreement with First Republic Bank  2020/03/26 14:46:26 privateequitywire.co.uk
26th Mar 2020 - 2:46pm Hamilton Lane enters into USD75 million term loan agreement with First Republic Bank Submitted By James Williams | 26/03/2020 - 2:46pm Hamilton Lane Advisors, a leading PE advisory firm with more than USD421 billion in advisory assets and north of USD66 billion in discretionary AUM, has filed an 8K with the Securities Exchange Commission, having entered into a USD75 million Multi-Draw Term Loan and Security Agreement with First Republic Bank. Under the term loan agreement, Hamilton Lane will have the ability to draw upon the USD75 million loan facility over the next 12 months, according to the 8K filing. The term loan facility is for working capital and general corporate purposes. Borrowings under the term loan facility, which matures on 1 July, 2030, accrue interest at a rate of 4 per cent. The term loan agreement contains covenants that, among other things, limit Hamilton Lane’s ability to incur indebtedness. These include: transfer or dispose of assets; merge with other companies; create, incur or allow liens; make investments; pay dividends or make distributions; engage in transactions with affiliates; and take certain actions with respect to management fees.
   iCapital raises a $146 million funding round as it aims to further enhance its platform  2020/03/25 13:28:00 Business Insider
This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence Fintech Briefing subscribers earlier this morning. To get this story plus others to your inbox each day, hours before they're published on Business Insider, click here. The US-based fintech secured a $146 million funding round led by Ping An Global Voyager Fund, which included Goldman Sachs, Affiliated Managers Group, Hamilton Lane, and WestCap, according to a press release . iCapital Network operates a platform that connects advisors and their high-net-worth investors, banks, and wealth managers with private credit funds or other alternative investments via its proprietary technology platform. By using technology, it's aiming to streamline and enhance the end-user experience and help its clients improve their operational infrastructure, due diligence, and administrative support. iCapital will use the fresh funding to further enhance its platform, and some of its investors are already lined up to become new customers. The fintech will use the capital to expand its platform's functionality to further add value for its existing clients by giving them access to a more diverse set of offerings.
   iCapital Network® Completes $146 million Capital Raise to Build Global Powerhouse for Alternative Investing  2020/03/23 12:00:00 Business Wire
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #alternatives--iCapital Network i, the financial technology platform leading the industry in driving access and efficiency in alternative investing, today announced it closed a $146 million capital raise to fuel its future growth. Ping An Global Voyager Fund ("Ping An") led the round, joined by new investors Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS), Affiliated Managers Group (NYSE: AMG), Hamilton Lane (NASDAQ: HLNE) and WestCap. Additional commitments came from existing investors BlackRock (NYSE: B
   Private Equity: The Game That Ends With A Credit Crisis  2020/03/18 23:00:00 Zero Hedge
Private Equity: The Game That Ends With A Credit Crisis Submitted by Saxo Bank's Peter Garnry Summary: Private equity is one of the worst asset classes during a liquidity and credit crisis. Private equity firms cannot adjust risk because they invest in illiquid assets and their high leverage amplifies returns both ways. The recent decline has reduced the annualised return to 5% since late 2003 significantly lower than the S&P 500 and with worse risk-adjusted metrics. Our view is that it will get worse before it gets better but in the rebound phase listed private equity offers fantastic returns. We provide some inspiration of where to look. Instruments mentioned: iShares Listed Private Equity UCITS ETF IQQL:xetr, Hamilton Lane (HLNE:xnas) , 3i Group (III:xlon), Apollo Global Management (APO:xnys), Ares Capital (ARCC:xnas), Blackstone Group (BX:xnys) Private equity has at the center of the lower interest rate environment the past 30 years. In the past 10 years many private equity firms have listed their shares giving the public access to private equity deal and returns.
   Hamilton Lane pulls out of VCCI, leaving money on the table for the federal VC program  2020/03/11 20:45:16 BetaKit
United States-based investment firm Hamilton Lane has pulled out of the federal government’s Venture Capital Catalyst Initiative (VCCI), BetaKit has confirmed. As first reported…

calendar