DHS Ventures & Holdings' Vice Chairman, Fernando Aguirre, Issues Summary of 2022 Q2 Investment Activity: $15.3 Billion Returned to Investors; $10.7 Billion Invested

DHS Ventures & Holdings DC-based investment firm created specifically to provide greater access to institutional quality investment opportunities.

Fernando Aguirre, DHS Ventures Vice Chairman

DHS Ventures & Holdings' Governing Board has just approved a report through its Vice Chairman, Fernando Aguirre, of a summary pro forma of investments for Q2 2022, $15.3 Billion Returned to Investors; $10.7 Billion Invested; $17.8 Billion Raised.

DHS Ventures & Holdings dedicated itself during these first two quarters to making private equity investments in lower middle market companies based in North America. The solutions provided investors of all sizes, including non-institutional, the ability to participate in many offerings. DHS Ventures focused primarily on investments with an investment size of $2 billion to $25 billion.

Fernando Aguirre, Executive Vice Chairman of DHS Ventures & Holdings, said, "This was DHS Ventures & Holdings' best year ever. We both invested more money than ever before and returned more money to our investors through 71 exits and partial exits. We have been extremely active in all of our asset classes and geographic regions. We expect 2022 to be a challenging year."


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