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Pacific Corporate Group

Pacific Corporate Group
Type Private
Industry Financial Services
Founded 1979
Founders Christopher Bower
Headquarters La Jolla, California, United States
Products Asset Management, Private Equity
Total assets $17 billion
Website www.pcgfunds.com

Pacific Corporate Group is a global alternative investment management and advisory company headquartered in La Jolla, California. PCG, together with affiliates and subsidiaries (together, the "affiliates") currently manage over $17 billion in assets and has invested and advised upon over $44 billion since 1990.[1] PCG and its affiliates operate through offices based out of La Jolla, New York, Danvers, Washington D.C, Singapore and Hong Kong

Contents

  • History 1
  • Corporate Structure 2
    • PCG 2.1
    • PCG Asset Management 2.2
    • PCG Capital Partners 2.3
    • PCG International 2.4
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

PCG was founded in 1979 by Christopher Bower to focus on building an institution that could produce customizable private equity products to better serve institutional investors. Since then, PCG has served as advisor to some of the largest institutional investors in the world.

PCG has been registered with the SEC since 1984 as an investment advisor.

PCG's investment performance has been independently verified by Deloitte & Touche since 1989.

PCG introduced the “No-Fault Divorce Clause” provision. These provisions started coming in during the late 1990s, and have now become an industry standard, with almost all funds now having a no-fault divorce clause included.[2]

In 2007, PCG reorganized into three specialized operating affiliates:

  • PCG Asset Management, LLC (PCG AM)
  • PCG Capital Partners, LLC (PCG CP)
  • PCG International LLC (PCGI)

Corporate Structure

PCG

PCG provides institutionalized, independent operational support for the PCG family of companies. PCG includes: Information Technology and Security, Finance, Accounting, Risk Management, Human Resources, Legal and Compliance.

PCG Asset Management

PCG Asset Management ("PCG AM") provides customized solutions for institutional investors. PCG AM is a research focused private equity advisor and fund of funds manager. PCG AM also provide strategic portfolio construction and extensive portfolio monitoring and reporting services.

PCG Capital Partners

PCG Capital Partners ("PCG CP") provides innovative financing to managers of growth companies. PCG CP is a direct investment firm that targets minority investments to fund organic growth initiatives, acquisitions, deleveraging and shareholder liquidity.

PCG International

PCG International (“PCGI”) focuses on partnership and co-investments. PCGI is an investment management firm focused on select private equity markets outside the US.

References

  1. ^ , Source: Deloite & Touche. Estimates based on investment activities of partnership advisory and direct investment divisions of Pacific Corporate from 1990 through December 31, 2009.
  2. ^ Preqin - Private Equity Glossary

External links

  • PCG Funds official website
  • Business Week company profile
  • LinkedIn company profile
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