Performance Watch: Hellman & Friedman’s PE funds

An interactive chart mapping performance by internal rate of return and total value to paid-in across the firm's private equity funds.

Hellman & Friedman is on the fundraising trail for its 10th flagship vehicle, according to US pension fund documents.

The San Francisco-headquartered firm is targeting $20 billion for Hellman & Friedman Capital Partners X, $4 billion more than the target of its 2018-vintage predecessor.

Fund X is the largest fund in market this year, as Private Equity International reported. Its strategy follows the firm’s previous vehicles and will target up to 15 investments across North America and developed countries outside the US, with investments of between $400 million and $4 billion.

Hellman & Friedman has raised over $50 billion of committed capital and has invested in more than 100 companies since its inception in 1984.

The interactive chart below shows the firm’s previous fund performances, based on publicly available limited partner data. The bubbles are sized proportionately to the size of the fund; toggle between the tabs to see how they have fared by net internal rate of return and multiple on invested capital.

Hellman & Friedman did not return a request for comment.