Coller Capital
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Coller Capital
Coller Capital
Private Ownership
IndustryPrivate Equity
Founded1990; 28 years ago (1990)
HeadquartersLondon, W1
United Kingdom
ProductsPrivate Equity Secondaries
$17 billion
Number of employees
180 (2016)

Coller Capital, founded in 1990 by Jeremy Coller, is one of the largest global investors in the private equity secondary market (also known as secondaries).[1][2]

As a secondary investor, Coller Capital acquires original investors' stakes in private equity funds (venture capital, buyout and mezzanine) together with portfolios of companies or stakes in companies, from financial institutions, corporates, government bodies, family offices or charitable foundations. The firm has completed some of the largest transactions in the private equity secondary market - $1 billion or more without the need for syndication. However, Coller Capital has also made single investments as small as $1 million in size.

The firm releases the Coller Capital Global Private Equity Barometer, a survey of investors, biannually.[3]

Investment history

In 2012, the firm closed its sixth secondaries fund, Coller International Partners VI, with capital commitments of $5.5 billion and backing from almost 200 of the world's leading institutional investors.[4]

In 2015, Coller closed its seventh secondaries fund, with total commitments of $7.15 billion.[5]


  1. ^ Mnyanda, Lukanyo; Baumgaertel, Christian; Porter, Kiel (8 January 2018). "One of the Most Valued Private Equity Firms Isn't on Wall Street". Bloomberg. Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ Weinberg, Neil; Vardi, Nathan (3 March 2006). "Private Inequity". Forbes. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ Jacobius, Arleen (26 June 2017). "Infrastructure in good graces of managers again". Pensions & Investments. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ Kozlowski, Rob (7 January 2016). "Coller Capital closes seventh secondary fund at $7.15 billion". Pensions & Investments. Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ Yap, Shiwen (10 January 2016). "Coller Capital makes final close of seventh secondaries fund at $7.15b". Deal Street Asia.

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