Lexington Partners
Lexington Partners is one of the world’s largest and most successful independent managers of secondary private equity and co-investment funds. Since 1990, principals of Lexington Partners have organized 20 secondary funds and 10 co-investment pools with total capital of $55 billion. Our investors include more than 1,000 leading public and corporate pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, insurance companies, financial institutions, endowments, foundations, and family offices from more than 40 countries.

Lexington Partners pioneered the development of the institutional secondary market 31 years ago and created one of the first independent, discretionary co-investment programs 23 years ago. Today, Lexington has acquired over 3,200 secondary interests through more than 590 secondary transactions with a total value in excess of $58 billion, including $16 billion of syndicated transactions. Invested $7.3 billion in over 430 co-investments alongside more than 170 sponsors and committed more than $2.6 billion to over 500 primary funds.

Lexington’s success is based on the stability and experience of our professional team. Lexington’s 35 partners and principals each average over 17 years of alternative investment experience and more than 14 years together at Lexington. The firm’s partners and principals are supported by investment professionals skilled in the evaluation and analysis of global secondary, co-investment and primary opportunities and by a reliable team of investor relations, accounting and fund administration, and legal and compliance professionals.

Lexington Partners is a global firm with seven offices strategically located in major centers for private equity and alternative investing – New York, Boston, Menlo Park, London, Hong Kong, Santiago, São Paulo, and Luxembourg. In addition, Lexington Partners has Senior Advisors covering Asia, Australia, Brazil, and the United States.

Company details



Venture Capital and Private Equity Principals

Company size

51-200 employees


New York, NY




Secondary Investments, Equity Co-Investments, Fund Investments, and Private Equity