Kline Hill Partners
Liquidity solutions for private equity
It Begins with
Kline Hill’s team is deep and highly experienced, having completed hundreds of transactions to date. We know that the process matters to you. We understand that trust, responsiveness, and smooth execution are paramount, and we strive to exceed your expectations in these areas.
Deep & experienced team
15+ investment professionals from a range of professional and personal backgrounds
Dedicated to serving the often-neglected small-deal niche
Flexible solutions provider
Nimble and agile, we work with sellers and GPs to find the best solutions for their specific needs
Capabilities across LP and GP-led secondaries.
Together, our Core and Solutions strategies make up a platform designed to serve the entirety of the small-deal secondary market, with capabilities spanning LP fund transfers, GP-led transactions, and secondary directs.
The spirit of partnership affects everything we do. At Kline Hill, we're committed to building lasting relationships with those we work with.
Operate with honesty, humility, and respect.
Go the extra mile through resourcefulness, innovation, and analytical rigor.
Protect and enhance investor capital for the long term.
Promote a culture of professional growth and personal values.
In the press
Catch up on our latest news and insights.
As Interest in Private Equity Expands, Three Quarters of LPs Are Now Invested in Secondaries
New data shows that 77 percent of allocators have already used secondaries, and 21 percent plan to up their exposure.
Secondary PE Fund Acquirer Kline Hill Maintains Quick Deal Pace
Kline Hill Partners founder Michael Bego sees ample opportunities in 2021 after the firm deployed about a quarter of its latest flagship secondary fund during the Covid lockdown last year.
LP Portfolios Return To Private Markets Secondaries Industry But GP Led Deals Still Dominate
The first half of this year saw LP portfolios of various sizes return – slowly - to the market. It's unlikely, however, that the short term will see a return to more of the traditional split where LP-led deals dominate activity in the industry.