Hamilton Lane has hired Jim Strang as a principal in its London office.
Strang was previously head of fund investment at UK-based private equity firm Dunedin Capital Partners, which he left at the end of March after more than two years at the firm. At Dunedin, Strang helped establish the firm’s European fund investment program. Prior to working at Dunedin, he was head of European buyouts at Gartmore Private Equity, which he joined from Bain and Company, where he worked as a consultant.
Hamilton Lane, whose focus is solely on private equity investment, now has seven senior members on its London investment and business development team, and 14 total investment professionals.
In September, Hamilton Lane opened an office in Rio de Janeiro, hiring two investment professionals from Capital Dynamics to lead its Brazil efforts.
Founded in 1991, Hamilton Lane has more than $150 billion of assets under management, with roughly half of its client base in the US and half overseas.