Largest Private Equity Firms - List of Investment Banking Private Equity Groups

List of Investment Banking Private Equity Groups

The following is a list of notable private equity firms and merchant banking and other private equity groups that currently reside within investment banking firms or have previously completed a spinout from an investment banking firm:

Parent bank Private equity firm Location Year founded Year independent
ABN AMRO AAC Capital Partners Amsterdam - 2008
Barclays Capital Barclays Private Equity London 1982 -
Barings Bank Baring Vostok Capital Partners
Baring Private Equity Asia
Moscow, Russia
Hong Kong
1994
1997
2004
2004
Bear Stearns ^ Kohlberg Kravis Roberts
Irving Place Capital (fka BSMB)
New York
New York
1965
1997
1976
2008
BNP Paribas PAI Partners Paris 1993 1998
BT Alex. Brown ^ ABS Capital Baltimore 1990 1995
Charterhouse Bank ^ Charterhouse Capital Partners
Charterhouse Group
London
New York
1982
1973
2001
1989
CIBC World Markets Trimaran Capital Partners New York 1995 2001
Citigroup Court Square Capital Partners
CVC Capital Partners
Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe
Bruckmann, Rosser, Sherrill & Co.
New York
Luxembourg
New York
New York
1968
1981
1979
1995
2006
1993
1979
1995
Continental Illinois ^ Willis Stein & Partners
CIVC Partners
Chicago
Chicago
1983
1983
1995
1994
Credit Suisse / Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette DLJ Merchant Banking
Asset Management Finance (AMF)
Avista Capital Partners
Diamond Castle Holdings
Castle Harlan
New York
New York
New York
New York
1985
1985
1985
1987
na
2005
2004
1987
Deutsche Bank MidOcean Partners New York 2003 2003
First Chicago Bank ^ Madison Dearborn Partners
GTCR
Chicago
Chicago
1992
1980
1992
1980
Goldman Sachs Goldman Sachs Capital Partners New York 1986 na
Hambros Bank ^ Duke Street Capital London 1988 1998
Jefferies Group, Inc. ^ Jefferies Capital Partners New York 1994 -
JPMorgan Chase & Co. CCMP Capital
One Equity Partners
New York
Chicago
1984
2001
2006
na
Lazard Lazard Alternative Investments New York - -
Lehman Brothers ^ Blackstone Group
The Cypress Group
Trilantic Capital Partners
New York
New York
New York
1985
1994
1986
1985
1994
2009
Merrill Lynch Merrill Lynch Global Private Equity New York 1996 na
Morgan Stanley Metalmark Capital
Morgan Stanley Capital Partners
New York
New York
1985 2004
National Westminster Bank Bridgepoint Capital London 1984 2000
Nomura Group Terra Firma Capital Partners London 1994 2002
RBC RBC Capital Partners
Toronto
-
1995
1990
2000
na
2002
2003
2002
UBS UBS Capital
Affinity Equity Partners
Capvis
Lightyear Capital
London
Hong Kong
Zurich
New York
-
1995
1990
2000
na
2002
2003
2002
Wells Fargo Pamlico Capital Charlotte 1988 2010
William Blair & Company William Blair Capital Partners Chicago 1982 2004

^ Defunct banking institution

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