|Headquarters||Simsbury, Connecticut, United States|
|Products||Private Equity Secondaries|
|Total assets||$6 billion (since inception)|
Number of employees
The firm was founded by Stanley Alfeld.
Landmark invests primarily as a fund of funds purchasing interests in various investment funds, typically structured as limited partnerships. Landmark acquires positions in venture capital, leveraged buyout and mezzanine capital funds, together with portfolios of companies or stakes in companies from institutions, corporates, government bodies and family offices. Landmark is also one of the only leading secondaries firm that also focuses on the purchase of real estate private equity interests.
Landmark is in the process of finalizing fundraising for a $2 billion fund (Landmark Partners Fund XIV) and a parallel $400 million fund for early secondary transactions. Previously, Landmark was investing out of a $1.2 billion (Landmark Partners Fund XIII), raised in 2005. In recent years, Landmark has focused on purchasing smaller portfolios than larger competitors Lexington Partners and Coller Capital.
Landmark's largest competitors in the private equity secondary market include market leading dedicated secondary firms (Coller Capital and Lexington Partners), large fund of funds (HarbourVest Partners, AlpInvest Partners), certain investment banks (Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse as well as mid-sized secondary firms (Pomona Capital, Newbury Partners, Paul Capital) focusing on more traditional purchases of private equity fund interests.
- Official Website
- Institutional investor profile, Landmark Partners Europe (AltAssets)
- Landmark Partners Sponsor Overview (Institutional Real Estate, Inc.)
- The Private Equity Analyst Guide to the Secondary Market (2004 Edition)—DowJones Private Equity Analyst
- "Landmark may raise up to $1b for next fund.(Landmark Partners Inc. raising Landmark Equity Partners XIII)". Private Equity Week. December 12, 2005. Retrieved 2008-04-27.