General Atlantic is a leading
global growth equity investor.
We partner with leading entrepreneurs and innovative growth companies to deliver value for our family and institutional capital partners. Since 1980, we have identified disruptive businesses with transformative potential and helped them scale globally. We do this by serving as true partners and leveraging our patient capital, operational expertise and global platform.
We invest in six global sectors: Climate, Consumer, Financial Services, Healthcare, Life Sciences and Technology.
Defining Growth Equity
General Atlantic pioneered growth equity investing over 40 years ago. Today, we continue to seek investments that drive global growth. As proven growth investors and committed partners, General Atlantic’s value lies in our ability to underwrite and execute growth, drawing upon decades of experience and strategic value-add capabilities.
General Atlantic was founded by an entrepreneur and philanthropist who built a global business. We aim to help our portfolio companies achieve the same success.
Global Themes Creating Our
Transition to a
Shift of Economic Growth to
Emerging Markets Led by Asia
General Atlantic Launches “Breakthrough Labs” Podcast Featuring Conversations with Entrepreneurs Driving Progress Around the World
General Atlantic and Kedaara Capital Lead INR 1,500 Crore Investment in ASG Eye Hospitals
Héloïse Marleau Named to Private Equity News’ Rising Stars of PE List
Melis Kahya Akar Named to Private Equity International’s Women of Influence List
General Atlantic Named to Buyouts 100 List
Xiaodong Wang Joins General Atlantic as Senior Advisor
EcoVadis Secures $500M Investment to Usher in New Era of Sustainability-Led Business Decisions
AT A GLANCE
- $79 billion assets under management
- 455 employees globally
- 227 investment professionals
- 479 growth investments in our history
- 202 current portfolio companies
- 63% Weighted Average Revenue Growth rate of portfolio companies
- 15 global locations across five regions
- 6 sectors driven by thematic investing