Net Investment in the Common Control Group
|6 Months Ended
Jun. 30, 2021
|BRIDGE INVESTMENT GROUP HOLDINGS LLC [Member]
|Schedule of Investments [Line Items]
|Net Investment in the Common Control Group
Bridge Investment Group LLC
The Operating Company has three classes of shares: (i) Class A;
(ii) Class B-1;and
(iii) Class B-2.Class A and
Class B-1represent the voting equity holders and
Class B-2represents profits interests awarded to employees of the Operating Company. Class B interests were issued as “profits interests,” pursuant to agreements entered into with certain employees during 2021, 2020 and 2019. At the time of issuance, the Class B interests had a capital account interest of zero percent. The holders of Class B interests are entitled to distributions in excess of the defined threshold per the respective award. The holders of
Class B-2interests do not have voting rights.
Net profits and any other items of income shall be allocated to the members’ capital accounts in a manner that is consistent with their respective ownership percentages. Distributions to members will generally be in a manner consistent with their respective ownership percentages at the time the profits were generated and are subject to approval of the Company’s board of managers.
The Operating Company’s Members’ capital interests are transferable; however, transfers are subject to obtaining the prior written consent of the Company’s board of managers, with certain exceptions for transfers to affiliated parties. In the event of an approved transfer, the Company has a right of first refusal to purchase any interests to be transferred. Members’ liability is limited to the capital account balance. Distributions are reflected in the combined statements of changes in members’ equity when declared by the board of managers and consist of distributions to members and
Bridge GPs have three classes of shares: (i) Class A; (ii) Class C; and (iii) Class D. Class A represents the voting interest and Classes C and D represent allocations of carried interest to employees of the Operating Company, which are included in performance allocations compensation. Generally, if at the termination of a fund, the fund has not achieved investment returns that exceed the preferred return threshold or the funds have received net profits over the life of the fund in excess of its allocable share under the applicable partnership agreement, the Bridge GPs will be obligated to repay an amount equal to the excess of amounts previously distributed to the general partner over the amounts to which the general partner was ultimately entitled (generally net of income tax liabilities associated with related allocations of taxable income).