Secondary Investments


Lexington’s secondary funds enable investors whose financial situations or investment strategies have changed to:

  • Sell otherwise illiquid assets
  • Obtain cash for their capital accounts from a funded buyer
  • Transfer obligations to fund capital commitments to a reputable substitute limited partner
  • Rationalize sponsor relationships based on investment results and portfolio objectives
  • Eliminate or reduce the managerial task and overhead associated with monitoring private equity investments
  • Rebalance portfolios as investment and liquidity objectives change
  • Manage private equity assets in a more active manner as with other investment portfolios

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The long-term nature of private equity and alternative investments can present secondary market opportunities when factors such as portfolio rebalancing, government regulation, overallocation, and general liquidity needs give rise to investors actively managing their private investment allocations.