RCP Advisors collects about $285m for eighteenth fund

Fund XVIII will target investments with buyout fund managers primarily focusing on less than $1 billion in committed capital.

  • The fund’s limited partners include family offices, high-net-worth individuals, foundations, public pension plans, and endowments
  • Founded in 2001, RCP Advisors is a subsidiary of P10, Inc
  • Currently, RCP has about $14 billion in committed capital as of May 8, 2024

RCP Advisors has closed its eighteenth fund at about $285 million.

Fund XVIII will target investments with buyout fund managers primarily focusing on less than $1 billion in committed capital. These managers will, in turn, generally seek to make control-oriented investments in small to mid-sized companies with approximately $3 million to $25 million in EBITDA.

The fund’s limited partners include family offices, high-net-worth individuals, foundations, public pension plans, and endowments.

“We want to express our sincere gratitude to our limited partners for their continued faith and confidence in our team and strategy,” said Tom Danis, managing partner at RCP Advisors in a statement. “Small company buyouts continue to provide compelling investment opportunities that we believe are differentiated from and superior to other sectors within the private equity market. We will continue to leverage our industry-leading research, data, and analytics in seeking to realize our goal of generating top-quartile performance for our investors.”

Founded in 2001, RCP Advisors, a subsidiary of P10, Inc., is a private equity investment firm that provides access to North American small buyout fund managers through primary funds, secondary funds, and co-investment funds, as well as customized solutions and research services. Currently, RCP has about $14 billion in committed capital as of May 8, 2024.