BankerStreet Private Equity Funds

BankStreet offers unique investment opportunities to partners and clients.
We aim for greater growth of our partners.

BankerStreet Private Equity was established in 2018, one of the leading global investment firm, focusing on Asia and Global.
BankerStreet would fulfil your financial needs leveraging our strong expertise and enormous banking facility.
Most of the South Korea’s investment fund has been mainly focused on domestic market and with economic climate of low interest rates and low growth,
peaked real estate market, and aging demographics, many industry experts views that the only means for domestic financial services
and PE provider to grow is to expand their overseas markets.

2018 Global Private Equity Market
Growth
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$18bn

Aggregate values of the 669 growth deals announced or completed in 2017

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$39bn

In aggregate capital was raised by 122 growth funds closed in 2017

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15.3%

Median net IRR of 2012 vintage growth funds, the highest median return of vintages examined

Funds of funds
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$17bn

In aggregate capital was raised by 59 funds of funds reaching a final close in 2017

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158

fund of funds managers are headquartered in the US

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12.8%

Median net IFF of 2011 vintage funds of funds, the highest of any vintage (1998-2014)

Secondary Market
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$37bn

Aggregate capital raised by 30 private equity secondaries funds closed in 2017 – a record amount

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34

Private equity secondaries funds are in market as at January 2018, seeking an aggregate $17bn

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73%

Of active secondary fund of funds managers have raised more than one vehicle

Assets under management and dry powder

Private Equity Industry

$2.83tn
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Buyout

$1.64tn
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Venture Capital

$621bn
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Growth

$386bn
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Fundraising
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$453bn

aggregate capital secured by 921 private equity funds closed in 2017

$744bn

aggregate capital targeted by 2,296 private equity funds in market as at January 2018

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$24.7bn

Apollo investment fund IX

The largest ever buyout fund closed in July 2017

42%

Increased capital concentration

The 20 largest funds closed in 2017 accounted for over two -fifths of all capital raised, compared to one- third in 2016

79%

increased fundraising success

Approximately four out of five funds closed in 2017 met or exceeded their target

[SOURCE] 2019 Preqin Global Private Equity and Venture Capital Report