What companies does Silver Lake own?

What companies does Silver Lake own?


Investment Year Sector
Unity Technologies 2017 Game engine
SoFi 2017 Financial
Ancestry 2016 Genealogy
Symantec 2016 Cybersecurity

Who started Silver Lake Partners?

Glenn HutchinsRoger McNamee
Silver Lake/Founders

Is Silver Lake a good company?

Silver Lake Company Rankings Silver Lake is ranked #52 on the Best Finance Companies to Work For in California list.

Why did Glenn Hutchins leave Silver Lake?

He left Silver Lake in 2018 to make private equity-style investments through North Island, the New York-based family office he runs with James.

Who is the owner of Silver Lake?

Egon Durban is co-CEO of Silver Lake, a private equity firm that specializes in technology investments.

How many people work at Silverlake?

Silver Lake’s portfolio companies collectively generate more than $243 billion of revenue annually and employ more than 586,000 people globally.

Who is TPG capital owned by?

TPG is a leading global alternative asset manager with $120 billion in assets under management. Jim Coulter and David Bonderman, former colleagues at the Bass Family Office, created TPG in 1992 and opened the firm’s first offices in San Francisco.

What is the biggest investment company in the world?

10 Largest Investment Management Companies

  1. BlackRock. AUM: $9.464 trillion.
  2. The Vanguard Group. AUM: $8.4 trillion.
  3. UBS Group. AUM: $4.432 trillion.
  4. Fidelity. AUM: $4.23 trillion.
  5. State Street Global Advisors. AUM: $3.86 trillion.
  6. Morgan Stanley. AUM: $3.274 trillion.
  7. JPMorgan Chase. AUM: $2.996 trillion.
  8. Allianz. AUM: $2.953 trillion.

Who is TPG owned by?

About TPG tabs TPG is proudly part of the TPG Telecom Limited (ASX: TPG) group of companies, following the merger or two of Australia’s leading telecommunications companies, TPG and Vodafone Hutchison Australia, in July 2020.

Which carrier does TPG use?

Vodafone mobile digital network
TPG’s underlying mobile network is the Vodafone mobile digital network (2G/3G/4G).