Focus Areas

Multi-Asset Class Solutions
Accessing the full power of finance.

Our partners have rare access to sought-after opportunities across asset classes given our unique and deep relationships with hundreds of global investment teams and companies. These include public equities; fixed income; real estate; diverse entrepreneurs and private opportunities; venture capital; special situations; real assets; and investments focused on impact, diversity, and ESG.

Venture Capital and Private Equity

RockCreek partners with entrepreneurs and investors across early stage, growth equity, and later stage, who have rare access to private investments. The investment team’s expertise spans direct investments and co-investments, primary fund commitments, and secondaries. Our deep relationships with sought-after investors create value for our partners, and our global coverage enables us to build customized portfolios for clients around the world.

Credit

Our team’s experience spans multiple credit cycles and has focused on identifying select, capacity-constrained investment partners to create customized solutions across the liquidity spectrum, credit sectors, and geographies.

Real Estate & Infrastructure

RockCreek focuses on global real estate and infrastructure investment opportunities that will consistently generate risk-adjusted performance across market cycles. Our investment team is highly selective, partnering with talented investment teams while seeking to make a positive impact on the communities in which we invest.

Related Insights

Video

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Research

Quarterly Commentary Letter – Q2 2022: Switchback of Fear

July 22, 2022

The second quarter of 2022 was when reality sank in. Might we be headed back to the future, when inflation – and the fight to curb it – dominated the macro background? A slowdown is inevitably coming. Can the Fed, against the odds, succeed in cooling the economy sufficiently to bring down inflation without a sharp rise in unemployment?