Robert Hamilton Kelly
16/9/2022
Exploring Goldman Sachs’s Listed Private Equity Vehicle, Petershill Partners – With Robert Hamilton Kelly, Managing Director

In the first episode of our Private Equity Miniseries, Simon speaks to Robert Hamilton Kelly, Managing Director of Petershill Partners. They've raised over $10 billion of P.E. capital since 2007, investing in private equity and alternatives businesses at the GP level.

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In the first episode of our Private Equity Miniseries, Simon speaks to Robert Hamilton Kelly, Managing Director of Petershill Partners. They've raised over $10 billion of P.E. capital since 2007, investing in private equity and alternatives businesses at the GP level.

In this Private Equity Miniseries, we examine why P.E. has grown to become such a significant artery in both the investment world and wider economy. We discuss if this growth is secular, and an investment environment which continues to lead to rethinks of asset classes available for investors.

In this episode, Simon speaks to Robert Hamilton Kelly, Global Co-Head of Petershill Partners (part of Goldman Sachs Asset Management). They have raised over $10bn of P.E. capital since 2007, and provide capital to leading alternative asset managers through minority stake acquisitions.

Robert explains how and why Petershill own their investments and the characteristics they seek. He speaks about their approach to partnering with firms and the mutual benefits that develop, whilst also explaining the value of permanent capital.

He talks about some of their transactions, their decision to list in London, how investors have assessed the valuation case and why he is excited by the long term opportunities he believes are available through their approach.

Robert Hamilton Kelly

Robert is global co-head of the Petershill group within Goldman Sachs, directing investing in leading established private-market and public-market alternative asset management companies and in newly established private-market managers.Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Robert worked at Gleacher & Co./Gleacher Shacklock in investment banking and in special situations. Robert earned a BA (Hons) and an MA from the University of Oxford.

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