Leverage Hamilton Lane’s Q4 benchmarks to quickly analyze your portfolio and access industry-level insights. See below for a sample industry-level analysis of NAVs and dry powder.
July 2, 2020
- Analyzing NAVs and dry powder enable investors to see the gap between the amount of money that has been invested in the private markets versus the amount of money available to be invested in the private markets.
- Historically, this gap is widening and continues to be a popular topic within Hamilton Lane’s Annual Market Overview.
- 2018 and 2019 vintage year funds, on average, have over 60% of dry powder at their disposal. LP portfolios with exposure to these vintage years may be better positioned than others to take advantage of upcoming opportunities in the current, challenging market.