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Private equity how to access wim borgdorff alpinvest partners

Private Equity: How to accessWim Borgdorff – AlpInvest Partners

February16, 2004


Agenda

Agenda

  • Introduction to AlpInvest Partners

  • Co-investments

  • Fund Investments

  • Secondaries

  • Contact details and disclaimer


Profile alp i nve st partners

Profile AlpInvest Partners

A global private equity firm fully dedicated to private equity with

approximately EUR 20 billion under management

  • Independent firm with discretionary strategy and investment decision making

  • Globalinvestment strategy with main offices in Amsterdam and New York

  • Full spectrum investor comprising primary and secondary fund investments, co-investments, lead investments and mezzanine

  • Broad resources comprising over 100 staff members including 60 dedicated private equity investment professionals

  • Institutionalized firmwith long term commitment by key sponsors ABP and PGGM who recognize private equity as an asset class to which they should have a long term commitment


Integrated approach

Integrated approach

SYNERGIES BETWEEN

SPECIALIZED TEAMS

KNOWLEDGE AND

RESOURCE SHARING

Deal flow

Fund

investments

Co-

investments

Assessment

general partner

Secondary

co-investment

portfolios

Market

knowledge

Secondaries

Assessment

underlying portfolio

Expanding

network

INTEGRATED INVESTMENT

DECISION MAKING


Three prerequisites to be a successful private equity fund of funds manager

Three prerequisites to be a successful private equity fund of funds manager

Ability to

Improve terms

And conditions

Ability to

Improve terms

And conditions

Broad market reach and access

Superior

Selection skills

  • Wide dispersion in performance between GPs

  • Vast information asymmetry between GP and LP

  • Partnership agreements not ‘standardized’

  • Expensive asset class

  • Private equity universe comprises over 3500 GPs and is expanding both in terms of number as well as shape and form


Difference in performance is material

Difference in performance is material


Private equity how to access wim borgdorff alpinvest partners

  • Introduction to AlpInvest Partners

  • Co-investments

  • Fund Investments

  • Secondaries

  • Contact details and disclaimer


Investment approach

Investmentapproach

Investment strategy for later stage co-investments

  • Geographic focus: exclusive focus on expansion and buyout transactions both in Europe and North America

  • Investment size: up to EUR 100 million with an average between EUR 20-60 million

  • Sweet spot: investments will typically be made to the extent that they fall within the sweetspot of the general partner

  • Board representation: For substantial co-investments, AlpInvest Partners will seek board representation

  • Diversification: expected to close on average 10 investments per annum


The a dded v alue of c o investments

The added value of co-investments

CO-INVESTMENTS ENHANCE THE RETURN PROFILE OF A FUND INVESTMENT

PROGRAM

  • Improve terms and conditions

    • No transaction fee

    • No management fee

    • No carry

  • Improve the selection capability for primary and secondary fund investments

    • ... BY HAVING A VALUABLE LOOK ‘IN THE KITCHEN’

      • Operating style

      • Breadth and depth of organization including key decision makers

      • Value creation skills

  • Reduce J-curve

Bridge information asymmetry between GP and LP

This is further explained on the next slide


The a dded v alue of c o investments1

The added value of co-investments

250%

CO-INVESTMENTS REDUCE THE J-CURVE OF A FUND OF FUNDS PRODUCT

200%

150%

100%

% of committed capital

50%

0%

0

10

20

30

40

50

-50%

-100%

Time in quarters

J-curve FOF including 12.5% co-investments

J-curve FOF excluding co-investments

Source: AlpInvest Partners team analysis (The J-curve would further improve by adding a secondary allocation to the investment focus)


Key s uccess factors

Key success factors

AN INTEGRATED INVESTMENT APPROACH IS A KEY REQUIREMENT FOR

SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF A CO-INVESTMENT PROGRAM

  • Origination

    • A (significant) primary fund commitment is a prerequisite to attract co-investment deal flow

    • Continuous marketing of co-investment appetite

  • Execution

    • A professional operating style including an efficient, transparent and reliable decisionmaking process

    • A two tier investment approach by making an in-depth assessment of both the:

      • GP and

      • The transaction

A transaction should fit the GP’s ‘sweet spot’


Private equity how to access wim borgdorff alpinvest partners

  • Introduction to AlpInvest Partners

  • Co-investments

  • Fund Investments

  • Secondaries

  • Contact details and disclaimer


Investment approach f und i nvestments

Investment approach fund investments

AlpInvest Partners adheres to a disciplined approach of investing

with the aim to annually select the best in breed managers:

  • annual investment program approximately EUR 1.2 - 1.5 billion

  • annually 20 - 30 commitments to primary funds

  • geographically diversified (US, EU, Rest of the World)

ALLOCATION OF PRIMARY FUNDS

NORTH

AMERICA

TOTAL

EUROPE

EMERGING

MARKETS

10-25%

10-30%

10-20%

30-60%

0-10%

10-30%

10-20%

30-60%

0-10%

0-10%

0-10%

5-25%

20-35%

40-60%

25-45%

100%

VENTURE CAPITAL

GROWTH & MID-MARKET

BUYOUTS

LARGE BUYOUTS

TOTAL


Private equity how to access wim borgdorff alpinvest partners

Disciplined top-down allocation and bottom-up selection

Top Down Allocation Targets

  • Mandate; i.e. capital to be deployed, target segments, # slots and ticket sizes, time-frame

  • Balanced Private Equity Portfolio

Top Down

Allocation

Bottom Up Selection

Short term Portfolio Adjustments


Private equity how to access wim borgdorff alpinvest partners

Deriving top down allocation targets within the private equity asset class is a difficult and painstaking process, due to imperfect and inconsistent data. However, opportunistic allocation-approaches based on untidy research leads to herd behavior

...if you don’t know where you are heading, any road will get you there...


Selection makes the difference

Selection makes the difference

Graphical representation of estimated fund performance distribution for European 1995 funds

D

Source: AlpInvest Partners team analysis of Venture Economics data


Private equity how to access wim borgdorff alpinvest partners

  • Introduction to AlpInvest Partners

  • Co-investments

  • Fund Investments

  • Secondaries

  • Contact details and disclaimer


Focus

Focus

  • To provide liquidity or portfolio solutions for investors in private equity. The spectrum of solutions ranges from

    • single limited partnership interest or entire portfolios of limited partnership interests in primary funds

    • interests directly in portfolio companies underlying such primary funds

    • joint ventures

  • All investment stages and geographies may be included

  • Investment range between EUR 5 - 500+ million


Secondary investments are part of integrated approach to private equity markets

Secondary investments are part of integrated approach to private equity markets

  • Similarities with primary fund investments and co-investments

    • All transactions involve contacts with and co-operation of General Partners (i.e. transfer consent and reference checks)

    • Access to proprietary information on General Partners and portfolio companies is crucial for the assessment of transactions

  • Distinguishing features from primary fund investments

    • Underlying assets are (largely) known vs. a blind pool

    • Secondary investments have earlier positive cash flows

  • Distinguishing features from co-investments

    • Portfolio of assets vs. one single asset

    • Secondary investments have earlier positive cash flows


Private equity how to access wim borgdorff alpinvest partners

  • Introduction to AlpInvest Partners

  • Co-investments

  • Fund Investments

  • Secondaries

  • Contact details and disclaimer


Contact details

Contact details

For further information please contact

Wim Borgdorff -Jan Moulijn – Head Marketing

Managing Partner, Head

Fund Investments

Office addressPostal address

Jachthavenweg 118P.O. Box 75304

1081 KJ Amsterdam1070 AH Amsterdam

The NetherlandsThe Netherlands

Telephone

+ 31 20 540 76 10Wim Borgdorff

+ 31 20 540 75 22Jan Moulijn

+ 31 20 540 76 33 Secretary Kristine van Peteghem

Fax +31 20 540 75 03

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]


Disclaimer

Disclaimer

This confidential presentation (the “Presentation”) is being furnished to the recipient on a confidential basis. By its acceptance hereof, each recipient agrees that the Presentation may not be reproduced or distributed to others, at any time, without the prior written consent of AlpInvest Partners and that the recipient will keep permanently confidential all information contained herein not already in the public domains. The recipient should only rely on its own examination of the information contained or incorporated by reference in the Presentation. The distribution of the Presentation shall not under any circumstances imply that the information contained in the Presentation is correct as of a date subsequent to the date of the Presentation or create any implication or constitute a representation that there has been no change in the business or affairs of AlpInvest Partners or any other information contained in the Presentation since the date hereof. The recipient should not construe the contents of the Presentation as investment, legal, business, accounting, tax or other advice. Certain information contained in this Presentation has been obtained from third-party sources. Although AlpInvest Partners believes that such third-party sources are reliable and is not aware of any misstatement as of the date of this Presentation, it has not independently verified such information.


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