Hartley RogersChairman at Hamilton Lane
Hartley Rogers is the Chairman of Hamilton Lane. As such, he plays significant roles in the Firm’s investing and client relationship activities, as well as in its strategic and organizational development. He is a member of various Investment Committees of the Firm and is the Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Founded in 1991, Hamilton Lane is an asset management firm that helps institutional and individual investors create and manage diversified private markets programs tailored to their needs and risk tolerances. With approximately $66 billion in discretionary assets under management and oversight of an additional $415 billion in advisory assets (as of 9/30/19), Hamilton Lane is the largest allocator of capital to private markets funds in the world and is a significant player in the secondary and co-investment arenas. A publicly-traded firm (Nasdaq: HLNE), Hamilton Lane has approximately 400 employees based in 16 offices worldwide.
Hartley was formerly a Managing Director in the private equity fund management areas at Morgan Stanley and at Credit Suisse.
Hartley lives in the New York area with his wife, Amy Falls, and their three children. He is the Chairman of the Advisory Board of HarvardX, the online learning initiative of Harvard University. He is a Trustee and the Treasurer of the Institute of International Education, which manages the Fulbright and Gilman Scholar programs on behalf of the U.S. Department of State, among other activities. He also serves on the Board of Bessemer Securities. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Business School.
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