Hamilton Lane has launched its first dedicated infrastructure specialized fund, and closed on $310 million of investor commitments at the end of July in and alongside the fund, according to transcripts from an earnings call, which took place Aug. 3.
The portfolio will consist of both infrastructure-focused secondaries and direct equity transactions. The fund has begun investing already and established a robust deal flow, and it is expected to hold a final close by March 2022.
“Prior to our acquisition of RAPM four years ago, Hamilton Lane has long been active across the infrastructure and real asset space through our separate account business,” said Erik Hirsch, vice chairman of Hamilton Lane. “The platform has grown nicely to date through our various separate account activities, along with some additional advisory mandates. Interest from in