GrowthCap Announces The Top 25 Growth Equity Firms of 2022

GrowthCap is pleased to announce The Top 25 Growth Equity Firms of 2022. Their ninth year running, this awards process was the most competitive since inception. Each year, they take great care in methodically evaluating the information they receive in support of each firm, inclusive of feedback on partners of the firm. Well over 1,400 nominations were received in the past year from CEOs, LPs, GPs, peer investors, board directors, attorneys, and consultants, among others.

Nominations provide detailed feedback on firm strengths including sector expertise, operational capabilities, key partners, firm culture, and other key attributes. Growthcap focused on the firms’ abilities to consistently identify investment opportunities, create value for portfolio companies, retain talent, and optimize outcomes for all stakeholders involved. They also factored in a firm's momentum with CEO and LP communities as well as commitment to ESG.

Please join us in recognizing The Top 25 Growth Equity Investors of 2022.

Insight Partners, TA Associates, TPG Growth, Blackstone Growth, KKR, Great Hill Partners, Sixth Street Growth, Silversmith Capital Partners, Sageview Capital, Oak Hill Capital, Vista Equity Partners, Accel-KKR, TCV, PSG, JMI Equity, Battery Ventures, Kayne Partners, Norwest, Mainsail Partners, Five Elms Capital, Left Lane Capital, Updata Partners, Long Ridge Equity Partners, Level Equity, Brighton Park Capital.

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GrowthCap’s primary focus is to aid CEOs in better understanding the universe of capital alternatives offered by institutional investors such as private equity firms, growth equity firms, venture capital and family offices. GrowthCap also aims to provide CEOs with insights into how other entrepreneurs and executives have succeeded in scaling their businesses. While emphasis has been on select sectors including business software, business services, healthcare and consumer products and services, GrowthCap is often involved in other segments of the broader economy.