Hamilton Lane celebrates 30th anniversary as it moves into Conshohocken

Global private markets asset management firm Hamilton Lane celebrates its 30th anniversary this month as it begins to move into its new headquarters at Seven Tower Bridge on Conshohocken’s riverfront. The company has more than 450 employees serving a diverse set of investors and clients around the world and approximately $719 billion in assets under management and supervision.

“As I reflect on this milestone and the growth of our firm over the years, I am deeply grateful for the support of our clients, investors and partners,” commented Mario Giannini, Hamilton Lane CEO. “It’s humbling to consider the platform and scale we’ve achieved over the last 30 years, and our success would not be possible without the dedication and ingenuity of my colleagues around the world. I’m thankful also to all those individuals who have helped to build and transform Hamilton Lane, from a small firm servicing a single client to a leader in the private markets.”

 “That we have been able to persevere and thrive during such a challenging time speaks to the caliber and resiliency of our employee base, as well as to our strong culture of excellence and collaboration and our proven ability to build and retain meaningful relationships with our clients and investors around the world,” commented Erik Hirsch, Vice Chairman and Head of Strategic Initiatives.

“Throughout our history, we have thoughtfully diversified our solutions and product offerings in order to help meet the evolving needs of our clients and respond to changes in the market landscape and investing environment. We will continue to bring that spirit of service and innovation to our business going forward.”

In 2020, Hamilton Lane was recognized for the ninth consecutive year as a Best Place to Work in Money Management by Pensions & Investments magazine; was recognized as “Best of the Best in Private Equity” by The Korea Economic Daily; and was named International LP of the Year by the Private Equity Women Investor Network. The firm opened locations in Singapore, Scranton, and Frankfurt, and in April 2021, opened its office in Denver, CO, through the acquisition of 361 Capital

“Much has changed since we opened our doors in 1991,” Giannini said. “What hasn’t changed is our focus on putting clients and employees first, and our ability to find ways to innovate, grow and serve as a trusted partner to our clients within a growing and increasingly complex asset class. Our mission statement – to enrich lives and safeguard futures – will continue to guide our actions as individuals and as an organization.”