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UNITED STATES
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
Washington, D.C. 20549
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FORM 8-K
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CURRENT REPORT
PURSUANT TO SECTION 13 OR 15(d)
OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934
Date of report (Date of earliest event reported): August 8, 2022
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Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc.
(Exact Name of Registrant as Specified in its Charter)
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Delaware001-4062286-2769085
(State or Other Jurisdiction
of Incorporation)
(Commission
File Number)
(IRS Employer
Identification No.)
111 East Sego Lily Drive, Suite 400
Salt Lake City, Utah
84070
(Address of Principal Executive Offices)(Zip Code)
(801) 716-4500
(Registrant’s telephone number, including area code)
Not applicable
(Former Name or Former Address, if Changed Since Last Report)
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Check the appropriate box below if the Form 8-K filing is intended to simultaneously satisfy the filing obligation of the registrant under any of the following provisions:
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Securities registered pursuant to Section 12(b) of the Act:
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Trading
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on which registered
Class A Common Stock, $0.01 par value per shareBRDGNew York Stock Exchange
Indicate by check mark whether the registrant is an emerging growth company as defined in Rule 405 of the Securities Act of 1933 (§230.405 of this chapter) or Rule 12b-2 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (§240.12b-2 of this chapter).
Emerging growth company  
If an emerging growth company, indicate by check mark if the registrant has elected not to use the extended transition period for complying with any new or revised financial accounting standards provided pursuant to Section 13(a) of the Exchange Act. 



Item 2.02. Results of Operations and Financial Condition.
On August 8, 2022, Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc. (the “Company”) issued a press release announcing its financial results for the three months ended June 30, 2022. A copy of the press release and earnings presentation is furnished as Exhibit 99.1 to this Current Report on Form 8-K.
The information furnished pursuant to this Item 2.02 and the attached Exhibit 99.1 shall not be deemed filed for purposes of Section 18 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 or otherwise subject to the liabilities of that section, nor shall it be deemed incorporated by reference in any filing under the Securities Act of 1933, except as shall be expressly set forth by specific reference in such filing.
Item 9.01. Financial Statements and Exhibits.
(d)    Exhibits.
Exhibit No.Description
99.1
 Press Release dated August 8, 2022
Exhibit 104 The cover page from this Current Report on Form 8-K, formatted in Inline XBRL.



SIGNATURES
Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned hereunto duly authorized.
BRIDGE INVESTMENT GROUP HOLDINGS INC.
By:/s/ Jonathan Slager
Name:Jonathan Slager
Title:Chief Executive Officer
Date: August 8, 2022

Exhibit 99.1    
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BRIDGE INVESTMENT GROUP HOLDINGS INC. REPORTS SECOND QUARTER 2022 RESULTS
 
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH—August 8, 2022—Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc. (NYSE: BRDG) (“Bridge” or the “Company”) today reported its financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2022.

Total Revenue and Investment Income were $99.0 million and $104.9 million, respectively, for the quarter ended June 30, 2022. These increased 38% and 31%, respectively, from revenue and investment income figures of $72.0 million and $79.9 million, respectively, for the quarter ended June 30, 2021.
    
Net Income was $124.4 million for the quarter ended June 30, 2022, compared to $83.2 million for the quarter ended June 30, 2021, representing a 50% increase year-over-year. On a basic and diluted basis, net income attributable to Bridge per share of Class A common stock was $0.44.

Distributable Earnings of Bridge Investment Group Holdings LLC (the “Operating Company”) was $54.6 million, or $0.32 per share after-tax, for the quarter ended June 30, 2022, compared to $36.6 million, or $0.25 per share after-tax, for the quarter ended June 30, 2021 on a proforma basis, representing a 28% increase year-over-year on a per share basis.

Robert Morse, Bridge’s Executive Chairman, remarked, “Bridge reported its best quarter for distributable earnings in company history, increasing 14% from Q1 2022, against a more challenging macroeconomic backdrop. This was driven by strong margins and realizations. Our specialized investment approach and vertically integrated business model continue to drive attractive returns for our investors. While we acknowledge the challenges presented by current conditions for alternative asset managers broadly, we are well positioned to navigate the road ahead with long-term committed capital, a strengthened balance sheet and our carefully curated focus on some of the most attractive investment sectors within US real estate.”

Jonathan Slager, Bridge’s Chief Executive Officer, added “Bridge delivered another strong quarter with fundraising inflows of $1.5 billion and deployment of $938.2 million, increasing gross assets under management to $42.0 billion and fee earning assets under management to $15.5 billion, up 46% and 44% respectively, from a year ago. During the quarter, we completed the final closing of our Debt Strategies Fund IV, which raised $2.9 billion in equity commitments, almost two times the amount raised in the predecessor fund, demonstrating the scalability of our business. Bridge also had significant investment realizations in the second quarter to take advantage of continuing interest in U.S. real estate, especially for multifamily assets.”

Common Dividend

Bridge declared a quarterly dividend of $0.30 per share of its Class A common stock, payable on September 16, 2022 to its Class A common stockholders of record at the close of business on September 2, 2022.

Additional Information

Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc. issued a full detailed presentation of its second quarter 2022 results, which can be viewed on the Investors section of our website at www.bridgeig.com. The presentation is titled “Second Quarter 2022 Earnings Presentation.”





Conference Call and Webcast Information

The Company will host a conference call on August 9, 2022 at 8:30 a.m. ET to discuss its second quarter 2022 results. Interested parties may access the conference call live over the phone by dialing 1-877-405-1210 (Toll Free) or 1-201-689-8721 (Toll/International) and requesting Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc.’s Second Quarter 2022 Earnings Conference Call. Participants are asked to dial in a few minutes prior to the call to register for the event. The event will also be available live via webcast which can be accessed here or from our Investor Relations website https://ir.bridgeig.com.

An audio replay of the conference call will be available approximately three hours after the conference call until 11:59 p.m. ET on August 23, 2022 and can be accessed by dialing 1-877-660-6853 (Toll Free) or 1-201-612-7415 (Toll/International), and providing the passcode 13731486.

About Bridge Investment Group

Bridge is a leading, vertically integrated real estate investment manager, diversified across specialized asset classes, with approximately $42.0 billion of assets under management as of June 30, 2022. Bridge combines its nationwide operating platform with dedicated teams of investment professionals focused on select U.S. real estate verticals: residential rental, office, development, logistics properties, net lease and real estate-backed credit.

Forward-Looking Statements

This earnings release contains certain “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, which relate to future events or our future performance or financial condition. All statements other than statements of historical facts may be forward-looking statements. In some cases, you can identify forward-looking statements by terms such as “outlook,” “could,” “believes,” “expects,” “potential,” “opportunity,” “continues,” “may,” “will,” “should,” “over time,” “seeks,” “predicts,” “intends,” “plans,” “estimates,” “anticipates,” “foresees” or negative versions of those words, other comparable words or other statements that do not relate to historical or factual matters. Accordingly, we caution you that any such forward-looking statements are based on our beliefs, assumptions and expectations as of the date made of our future performance, taking into account all information available to us at that time. These statements are not guarantees of future performance, conditions or results and involve a number of risks and uncertainties that are difficult to predict and beyond our control. Actual results may differ materially from those express or implied in the forward-looking statements as a result of a number of factors, including but not limited to those risks described from time to time in our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Any forward-looking statement speaks only as of the date on which it is made. Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc. undertakes no duty to publicly update any forward-looking statements made herein or on the webcast/conference call, whether as a result of new information, future developments or otherwise, except as required by law.

Nothing in this press release constitutes an offer to sell or solicitation of an offer to buy any securities of the Company or any investment fund managed by the Company or its affiliates.

Shareholder Relations:
Bonni Rosen
Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc.
shareholderrelations@bridgeig.com

Media:
Charlotte Morse
Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc.
(877) 866-4540
charlotte.morse@bridgeig.com

 
August 8, 2022 2nd Quarter 2022 Earnings Presentation


 
2 DISCLAIMER The information contained herein does not constitute or form part of, and should not be construed as, an offer or invitation to subscribe for, underwrite or otherwise acquire, any securities of Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc. (“Bridge” or the “Company”) or any affiliate of Bridge, or any fund or other investment vehicle managed by Bridge or an affiliate of Bridge. This presentation should not form the basis of, or be relied on in connection with, any contract to purchase or subscribe for any securities of Bridge or any fund or other investment vehicle managed by Bridge or an affiliate of Bridge, or in connection with any other contract or commitment whatsoever. This presentation does not constitute a “prospectus” within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended. Any decision to purchase securities of Bridge or any of its affiliates should be made solely on the basis of the information contained in a prospectus to be issued by Bridge in relation to a specific offering. Forward-Looking Statements This presentation contains forward-looking statements. All statements other than statements of historical facts contained in this presentation may be forward-looking statements. Statements regarding our future results of operations and financial position, business strategy and plans and objectives of management for future operations, including, among others, statements regarding expected growth, capital raising, expectations or targets related to financial and non-financial measures, future capital expenditures, fund performance and debt service obligations, are forward-looking statements. In some cases, you can identify forward-looking statements by terms, such as “may,” “will,” “should,” “expects,” “plans,” “seek,” “anticipates,” “plan,” “forecasts,” “outlook,” “could,” “intends,” “targets,” “projects,” “contemplates,” “believes,” “estimates,” “predicts,” “potential” or “continue” or the negative of these terms or other similar expressions. Accordingly, we caution you that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and are subject to risks, assumptions and uncertainties that are difficult to predict and beyond our ability to control. Although we believe that the expectations reflected in these forward-looking statements are reasonable as of the date made, actual results may prove to be materially different from the results expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. If one or more events related to these forward-looking statements or other risks or uncertainties materialize, or if our underlying assumptions prove to be incorrect, actual results may differ materially from what we anticipate. Many of the important factors that will determine these results are beyond our ability to control or predict. We believe these factors include but are not limited to those risk factors described under the section entitled “Risk Factors” in our Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2021, filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) on March 18, 2022, which will be updated upon filing our Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the three and six months ended June 30, 2022, accessible on the SEC’s website at www.sec.gov. These factors should not be construed as exhaustive and should be read in conjunction with other cautionary statements included in this report and our other filings. You should not place undue reliance on any such forward-looking statements. Any forward-looking statement speaks only as of the date on which it is made, and, except as otherwise required by law, we do not undertake any obligation to publicly update or review any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future developments or otherwise. New factors emerge from time to time, and it is not possible for us to predict which will arise. We cannot assess the impact of each factor on our business or the extent to which any factor, or combination of factors, may cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in any forward-looking statements. Industry Information Unless otherwise indicated, information contained in this presentation concerning our industry, competitive position and the markets in which we operate is based on information from independent industry and research organizations, other third-party sources and management estimates. Management estimates are derived from publicly available information released by independent industry analysts and other third-party sources, as well as data from our internal research, and are based on assumptions made by us upon reviewing such data, and our experience in, and knowledge of, such industry and markets, which we believe to be reasonable. In addition, projections, assumptions and estimates of the future performance of the industry in which we operate and our future performance are necessarily subject to uncertainty and risk due to a variety of factors, which could cause results to differ materially from those expressed in the estimates made by the independent parties and by us. Non-GAAP Financial Measures This presentation uses financial measures that are not presented in accordance with generally accepted accounted principles in the United States (“GAAP”), such as Distributable Earnings, Fee Related Earnings, Fee Related Revenues and Performance Related Earnings, to supplement financial information presented in accordance with GAAP. There are limitations to the use of the non-GAAP financial measures presented in this presentation. For example, the non-GAAP financial measures may not be comparable to similarly titled measures of other companies. Other companies may calculate non-GAAP financial measures differently than the Company, limiting the usefulness of those measures for comparative purposes.     


 
3 GAAP INCOME STATEMENT Unaudited GAAP Condensed Consolidated and Combined Statements of Operations Three Months Ended June 30, Six Months Ended June 30, ($ in thousands, except shares and per share amounts) 2022 2021 2022 2021 Revenues: Fund management fees $ 49,380 $ 34,536 $ 102,080 $ 65,387 Property management and leasing fees 19,616 14,335 37,895 31,081 Construction management fees 2,426 2,065 4,312 3,891 Development fees 793 1,163 2,052 1,549 Transaction fees, net 17,643 16,242 39,641 21,568 Fund administration fees 3,657 — 7,297 — Insurance premiums 2,845 2,022 5,261 3,916 Other asset management and property income 2,659 1,611 4,614 3,131 Total revenues 99,019 71,974 203,152 130,523 Investment income: Incentive fees — — — 910 Performance allocations: realized gains 33,581 35,629 42,518 41,185 Performance allocations: unrealized gains 70,116 43,248 135,978 57,967 Earnings (losses) from investments in real estate 1,251 980 1,291 976 Total investment income 104,948 79,857 179,787 101,038 Expenses: Employee compensation and benefits 46,693 42,306 94,172 69,457 Incentive fee compensation — — — 82 Performance allocations compensation: realized gains 2,165 3,747 2,725 4,241 Performance allocations compensation: unrealized gains 7,987 6,048 17,225 7,477 Loss and loss adjustment expenses 1,439 2,132 3,191 2,917 Third-party operating expenses 6,749 6,117 13,517 14,743 General and administrative expenses 9,769 5,392 19,277 9,492 Depreciation and amortization 887 727 1,520 1,480 Total expenses 75,689 66,469 151,627 109,889 Other income (expense): Realized and unrealized gains (losses), net 3,489 300 3,916 6,097 Interest income 1,353 557 2,562 1,165 Interest expense (2,901) (2,554) (4,522) (4,140) Total other income (expense) 1,941 (1,697) 1,956 3,122 Income before provision for income taxes 130,219 83,665 233,268 124,794 Income tax provision (5,837) (424) (11,382) (834) Net income 124,382 83,241 221,886 123,960 Net income attributable to non-controlling interests in subsidiaries of Bridge Investment Group Holdings LLC 49,748 5,815 86,461 9,764 Net income attributable to Bridge Investment Group Holdings LLC 74,634 77,426 135,425 114,196 Net income attributable to Common Control Group prior to Transactions and IPO — 77,426 — 114,196 Net income attributable to non-controlling interests in Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc. subsequent to Transactions and IPO 61,694 — 112,714 — Net Income attributable to Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc. subsequent to Transactions and IPO $ 12,940 $ — $ 22,711 $ — Earnings per share of Class A common stock - Basic and Diluted $ 0.44 $ 0.79 Weighted-average shares of Class A common stock outstanding - Basic and Diluted 24,029,107 23,581,393 Financial Results • GAAP Net Income was $124.4 million for the quarter, a 50% year-over- year increase • GAAP Net Income attributable to Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc. was $12.9 million • Earnings per share of Class A common stock - basic and diluted was $0.44 and $0.79 for the quarter and year-to-date, respectively


 
4 NON-GAAP INCOME STATEMENT SUMMARY Fee Related Earnings • Growth driven by continued FEAUM growth Fund-Level Fees • Strong growth in recurring fund management fees driven by 44% year-over- year increase in FEAUM for the 2nd quarter 2022 • Includes fund administration fees from internalization of fund administration Realized Performance Fees • Performance fees were mostly driven by realizations in the Multifamily vertical Three Months Ended June 30, Six Months Ended June 30, 2022 2021 YoY % growth 2022 2021 YoY % growth($ in thousands) Pro Forma Pro Forma NON-GAAP MEASURES INCOME STATEMENT Fund level fee revenues Fund management fees $ 49,380 $ 34,545 $ 102,080 $ 65,404 Transaction fees, net 17,643 16,242 39,641 21,568 Total Fund-level fee revenues 67,023 50,787 32 % 141,721 86,972 63 % Net earnings from Bridge property operators 2,108 1,988 4,318 4,081 Development fees 793 1,163 2,052 1,549 Fund administration fees 3,657 — 7,297 — Other asset management and property income 2,659 1,611 4,614 3,131 Fee Related Revenues 76,240 55,549 37 % 160,002 95,733 67 % Cash-based employee compensation and benefits (30,120) (21,403) (61,946) (41,712) Net administrative expenses (6,617) (3,394) (13,340) (5,662) Fee Related Expenses (36,737) (24,797) (75,286) (47,374) Total Fee Related Earnings 39,503 30,752 28 % 84,716 48,359 75 % Fee Related Earnings Margin 52 % 55 % 53 % 51 % Total Fee Related Earnings attributable to non- controlling interests 977 (5,829) 1,127 (8,477) Total Fee Related Earnings to the Operating Company 40,480 24,923 62 % 85,843 39,882 115 % Fund level - performance fee revenues Realized performance allocations and incentive fees 33,581 35,629 (6) % 42,518 42,095 1 % Realized performance allocations and incentive fees compensation (2,165) (2,223) (2,725) (2,652) Net realized performance allocations attributable to non-controlling interests (18,409) (20,593) (24,502) (25,078) Net insurance income 1,406 (110) 2,070 999 Earnings from investments in real estate 1,251 980 1,291 936 Net interest income/(expense) and realized gain/ (loss) (1,529) (1,995) (1,979) (2,624) Distributable Earnings Attributable to the Operating Company $ 54,615 $ 36,611 49 % $ 102,516 $ 53,558 91 % 1 Earnings from investments in real estate is offset by interest expense related to GP Lenders 1


 
5 $69 $77 $108 $181 $166 $254 $186 $319 Recurring Fund Management Fee Revenue Catchup Fund Management Fee Revenue Transaction and Other Fee Revenue 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 LTM 2Q21 LTM 2Q22 $6.4 $10.3 $14.5 $20.0 $25.2 $36.3 $28.7 $42.0 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Q2 2021 Q2 2022 Gross Assets Under Management (AUM) ($ in Bn) Fee-Related Revenue ($ in MM) PROVEN RECORD OF STRONG AND STEADY GROWTH ~40% 5-Yr CAGR (2Q’17 – 2Q’22) ~46% YoY Growth (2Q'21 vs 2Q'22) Fund Mgmt. Fees (Recurring & Catchup): ~34% 5-Yr CAGR Total Fee-Related Revenue: ~35% 5-Yr CAGR (2Q’17 – 2Q’22) 1 Netted out for placement agent fees (allocated pro rata between recurring and catch-up fund management fees) 1 1


 
6 Financial Highlights 2nd QUARTER 2022 OVERVIEW Key Operating Metrics Business Update • Declared quarterly dividend of $0.30 per share of Class A common stock, payable on Sep 16, 2022 to stockholders of record on Sep 2, 2022. • Recently announced the launches of Bridge Solar and Bridge Ventures strategies • On June 3, 2022, the Company entered into a $150 million note purchase agreement, pursuant to which Bridge Investment Group Holdings LLC issued two tranches of notes in a private placement offering with a weighted-average interest rate and duration of 5.05% and 11 years, respectively. These transactions funded subsequent to quarter-end on July 12, 2022. • In addition, the Company refinanced its existing Senior Secured Credit Facility (“Credit Facility”), increasing it from $75 million to $125 million. Bridge achieved record results across several key indicators All earnings prior to Q3 2021 are on a pro forma basis; assumes the Transactions and IPO occurred prior to reported period ($ in MM, except per share data or as noted) Q2 2022 Q2 2021 YoY Change % YTD 2022 YTD 2021 YoY Change % Total Revenue $99.0 $72.0 38% $203.2 $130.5 56% Fee Related Earnings (“FRE”) to the Operating Company $40.5 $24.9 62% $85.8 $39.9 115% Distributable Earnings (“DE”) of the Operating Company $54.6 $36.6 49% $102.5 $53.6 91% After-tax DE per share $0.32 $0.25 28% $0.60 $0.37 62% Q2 2022 Q2 2021 YoY Change % YTD 2022 YTD 2021 YoY Change % Gross AUM $42.0 Bn $28.7 Bn 46% $42.0 Bn $28.7 Bn 46% Fee-Earning AUM $15.5 Bn $10.8 Bn 44% $15.5 Bn $10.8 Bn 44% Capital Raised $1.5 Bn $1.1Bn 36% $2.6 Bn $1.2Bn 117% Capital Deployed $938.2 $998.0 (6)% $1.6 Bn $1.2Bn 33% Dry Powder $3.2 Bn $1.7 Bn 88% $3.2 Bn $1.7 Bn 88% Realized Performance Allocations $33.6 $35.6 (6%) $42.5 $42.1 1% Unrealized Accrued Performance Allocations $575.5 $246.6 133% $575.5 $246.6 133%


 
2nd QUARTER FINANCIAL RESULTS 7


 
8 • $1.5 billion of capital raised in Q2 2022 driven by Multifamily, Workforce & Affordable Housing, Single-Family Rental, Opportunity Zone & Debt strategies • $938.2 of deployment driven mostly by Multifamily, Workforce & Affordable Housing, Single-Family Rental, Opportunity Zone & Debt strategies Equity Raised ($ in MM) FEE EARNING AUM DRIVERS Deployment ($ in MM) Fee-Earning Assets Under Management ($ in Bn) Total AUM: $22 $23 $25 $26 $29 $32 $36 $39 $42 $129 $392 $1,657 $175 $1,056 $1,493 $2,307 $1,101 $1,498 Q2 2020 Q3 2020 Q4 2020 Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2021 Q1 2022 Q2 2022 $621 $696 $1,137 $212 $998 $1,303 $2,060 $639 $938 Q2 2020 Q3 2020 Q4 2020 Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2021 Q1 2022 Q2 2022 $9.0 $9.2 $10.2 $10.3 $10.8 $12.1 $13.4 $14.7 $15.5 Q2 2020 Q3 2020 Q4 2020 Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2021 Q1 2022 Q2 2022


 
9 Management Fees ($ in MM) 2nd QUARTER – FEE RELATED REVENUE SUMMARY Transaction Fees ($ in MM) All Other Fees ($ in MM) • Fund management fees includes $4.0 million of Catch-Up Fees in Q2 • All other fees includes Fund Administration Fees of $3.7 million in the second quarter, in which the Operating Company began earning in Q1 2022 Fee Related Revenue ($ in MM) $8 $5 $19 $5 $16 $22 $32 $22 $18 Q2 2020 Q3 2020 Q4 2020 Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2021 Q1 2022 Q2 2022 $26 $27 $32 $31 $35 $41 $50 $53 $49 Q2 2020 Q3 2020 Q4 2020 Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2021 Q1 2022 Q2 2022 $6 $4 $3 $4 $5 $8 $6 $10 $9 Q2 2020 Q3 2020 Q4 2020 Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2021 Q1 2022 Q2 2022 $40 $36 $54 $40 $56 $70 $88 $84 $76 Q2 2020 Q3 2020 Q4 2020 Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2021 Q1 2022 Q2 2022


 
10 1 Weighted-average fund life for closed-end funds as of June 30, 2022 2 Weighted-average fund life for closed-end funds as of June 30, 2021 3 As of June 30, 2022 LONG DURATION CAPITAL DRIVES FEE VISIBILITY FEAUM by Remaining Duration3 • $1.5 billion raised in 2nd quarter continued to drive strong recurring Fund Management Fee growth • Capital commitments raised in 2nd quarter averaged 9.7 years in duration • In addition to fund lives increasing in duration, we have two open-end perpetual funds – Agency MBS and Net Lease Income • Our weighted-average FEAUM by remaining duration is 7.9 years1 versus 7.4 years at the end of the 2nd quarter 20212 10+ Years, 37% 7-10 Years, 26% 5-7 Years, 13% 3-5 Years, 18% 0-3 Years, 4% Perpetual, 2%


 
11 Fee Related Earnings to the Operating Company ($ in MM) 1All earnings prior to Q3 2021 are on a pro forma basis; assumes the Transactions and IPO occurred prior to reported period 2nd QUARTER – EARNINGS SUMMARY Distributable Earnings to the Operating Company ($ in MM)1 • Bridge delivered its best second quarter for Distributable Earnings in the Company’s history • Fee Related Earnings driven by continued FEAUM growth and healthy margins - Q2 2022 impacted by timing of catch-up and transaction fees • Q2 2022 includes the impact of collapsing the 2019 profits interests which was accretive to the Operating Company Fee Related Earnings & Margin ($ in MM) $23 $16 $31 $18 $31 $42 $50 $45 $40 Q2 2020 Q3 2020 Q4 2020 Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2021 Q1 2022 Q2 2022 $20 $14 $23 $15 $25 $30 $36 $45 $40 Q2 2020 Q3 2020 Q4 2020 Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2021 Q1 2022 Q2 2022 $22 $15 $34 $17 $37 $42 $39 $48 $55 Q2 2020 Q3 2020 Q4 2020 Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2021 Q1 2022 Q2 2022 58% 45% 57% 44% 55% 60% 57% 54% 52%Margin:


 
12 +363% (98% CAGR) PERFORMANCE FEE SUMMARY Net Unrealized Performance Allocations by Vintage2Accrued Performance Allocations1 ($ in MM) 1 Based on fair value one quarter in arrears. All earnings prior to Q3 2021 are on a pro forma basis; assumes the Transactions and IPO occurred prior to reported period 2 As of June 30, 2022 Performance Fees & Realizations ($ in MM) • Carry-eligible AUM of $15.5 billion, over 99% of FEAUM • Accrued performance allocations attributable to the operating company is $219.2 million • Pipeline for future performance-driven Distributable Earnings is significant • Quarterly realization pace and performance fees will vary based upon market conditions 12 $124 $139 $199 $203 $247 $302 $440 $505 $576 Q2 2020 Q3 2020 Q4 2020 Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2021 Q1 2022 Q2 2022 $5.3 $4.4 $28.5 $6.5 $35.6 $31.0 $10.3 $8.9 $33.6 Net performance fees to the Operating Company - realized Gross performance fees to the Operating Company - realized Q2 2020 Q3 2020 Q4 2020 Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2021 Q1 2022 Q2 2022 2015 16.4% 2016 3.1% 2017 18.2%2018 57.0% Post 2018 5.3%


 
13 COMPELLING INVESTMENT-LEVEL TRACK RECORD This is a summary only. See the “Appendix: Fund Performance Summary” for full details and notes regarding investment performance metrics • Continued strong performance for residential housing funds driven by Bridge’s vertical integration approach • Performance is driving demand for new commitments in our newly launched vehicles • Multifamily Fund II, III, IV and Workforce Housing Fund I were ranked in the first quartile by Preqin1 • Excludes performance for strategies currently raising capital including: Multifamily, Workforce & Affordable Housing, Logistics, Net Lease Income, Single-Family Rental, Development, Agency MBS 1Includes value-add strategies as of Q1 2022. Preqin rankings based on self-reported data and do not imply an endorsement from Preqin or any other organization. As of June 30, 2022 Closed-End Funds Fund Gross Fund Net (Investment Period Beginning, Ending Date) IRR IRR Equity Strategies Funds Multifamily Bridge Multifamily I (Mar 2009, Mar 2012) 21.0 % 15.3 % Bridge Multifamily II (Apr 2012, Mar 2015) 30.2 % 23.4 % Bridge Multifamily III (Jan 2015, Jan 2018) 28.2 % 21.8 % Bridge Multifamily IV (Jun 2018, Jun 2021) 42.9 % 33.6 % Total Multifamily Funds 29.7 % 23.4 % Workforce & Affordable Housing Bridge Workforce Housing I (Aug 2017, Aug 2020) 37.1 % 29.9 % Total Workforce & Affordable Housing Funds 37.1 % 29.9 % Seniors Housing Bridge Seniors I (Jan 2014, Jan 2018) 4.9 % 2.5 % Bridge Seniors II (Mar 2017, Mar 2020) 10.0 % 6.9 % Total Seniors Housing Funds 7.0 % 4.3 % Office Bridge Office I (Jul 2017, Jul 2020) 5.0 % 2.2 % Bridge Office II (Dec 2019, to present) 28.9 % 19.5 % Total Office Funds 8.2 % 4.3 % Total Equity Strategies Funds 23.6 % 17.7 % Debt Strategies Bridge Debt I (Sep 2014, Sep 2017) 8.3 % 5.7 % Bridge Debt II (July 2016, July 2019) 11.5 % 8.9 % Bridge Debt III (May 2018, May 2021) 12.6 % 9.8 % Bridge Debt IV (Nov 2020, to present) 8.1 % 6.1 % Total Debt Strategies Funds 11.4 % 8.8 %


 
14 DISTRIBUTABLE EARNINGS AND CAPITALIZATION Balance Sheet ($ in MM) As of June 30, 2022 After-Tax Distributable Earnings Per Share1 Capitalization Highlights • Ample capital, a substantial amount of unrealized performance fees and relatively low debt • Bolstered Balance Sheet with issuance of $150 million senior notes which funded subsequent to quarter-end on July 12, 2022 • In addition, refinanced existing Senior Secured Credit Facility (“Credit Facility”), increasing it from $75 million to $125 million • Declared $0.30 dividend for the 2nd quarter 2022 • Policy is to pay substantially all our after-tax distributable earnings as dividends 1 All earnings prior to Q3 2021 are on a pro forma basis; assumes the Transactions and IPO occurred prior to reported period Assets Cash and cash equivalents $ 102.8 Restricted cash 7.4 Marketable securities, at fair value 10.8 Receivables from affiliates 34.2 Notes receivable from affiliates 66.1 Other assets 44.8 Other investments 73.4 Accrued performance allocations 575.5 Intangible assets, net 5.9 Goodwill 56.0 Deferred tax assets, net 65.2 Total assets $ 1,042.1 Liabilities Accrued performance allocations compensation $ 58.7 Accrued compensation and benefits 28.7 Accounts payable and accrued expenses 25.2 Due to affiliates 51.3 General partner notes payable, at fair value 12.4 Insurance loss reserves 8.5 Self-insurance reserves and unearned premiums 3.5 Other liabilities 24.4 Notes payable 148.4 Total liabilities $ 361.1 $0.15 $0.10 $0.24 $0.12 $0.25 $0.26 $0.26 $0.28 $0.32 Q2 2020 Q3 2020 Q4 2020 Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2021 Q1 2022 Q2 2022


 
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16 Multifamily 23.1% Workforce & Affordable Housing 12.0% Seniors Housing 10.4% Single-Family Rental 2.0% Development 10.5% Office 5.9% Logistics 1.1% Net Lease Income 0.8% Debt 27.6% Agency MBS 6.8% INTRODUCING BRIDGE INVESTMENT GROUP A leading vertically integrated real estate investment manager, diversified across specialized asset classes Nationwide, “boots on the ground” team and scalable infrastructure with active asset management, property management, leasing, and construction management Ranked #13 global private equity real estate firm (June 2022) & #14 global real estate debt fund manager (May 2022) for fundraising by PERE Loyal global investor base with ~$15.4Bn of capital raised over the last five years2 Key Stats1 $42.0Bn Gross AUM ~$500MM+ Principal, Employee, and Affiliate Capital Commitments LTM Pre-Tax Distributable Earnings $184MM ~11,700 / ~210 Individual Clients / Institutional and Family Offices AUM by Strategy1 Equity Strategies Debt Strategies FY16-FY21 Fee-Related Earnings CAGR ~30% Experienced and aligned management team leading a deep and talented organization Track record of strong organic and inorganic growth with proven ability to grow new business lines 1 As of June 30, 2022 2 From January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2021


 
17 Strong Tailwinds from Favorable Market Trends Diversified and Synergistic Business Model Spanning Residential Rental, Office, Development, Logistics and Real Estate-Backed Credit Vertically Integrated Business Model and Scalable Infrastructure Drive Competitive Advantages and Attractive Investment Returns National Footprint with High-Touch Operating Model and Local Expertise High Proportion of Recurring Fees and “Sticky” Contractual Revenue Streams from Long-duration Capital Proven Record of Fundraising Success with a Loyal Investor Base Significant Organic and Inorganic Opportunities to Accelerate Growth Long-tenured Senior Management Team with High Alignment and Support of Deep and Talented Employee Pool BRIDGE INVESTMENT GROUP KEY INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS


 
18 Bridge has continued to expand into high-growth asset classes to complement existing investment verticals FIVE NEW INVESTMENT STRATEGIES LAUNCHED WITHIN THE LAST YEAR • Investment Strategy: In partnership with Lumen Energy, seeks to create value through the production of clean energy by building and operating renewable energy infrastructure on existing commercial properties, while at the same time providing owners and tenants a discount to market energy prices • Market Opportunity: Participation in a growing sector with anticipated strong demand for green energy fueled by price sensitivity, environmental awareness and regulatory pressure • Team Experience: The Bridge Solar principals have more than 60+ years of collective experience and relationships across the real estate industry in multiple asset classes as well as decades of experience in commercializing & financing energy technologies that have led to the development of over 600 MW of onsite power generation systems for major property owners. Solar PropTech • Investment Strategy: Seeks to identify and invest in transformative real estate technology companies (i.e., PropTech) that are positioned to drive revenue and operating improvements in the built world • Market Opportunity: Real estate owners are adopting PropTech solutions in a significant way in the post-pandemic era, catalyzed by the growth of e-commerce, remote workplaces, ESG adoption and the digitization of real estate • Team Experience: The Bridge Ventures team brings over 25 years of relevant experience in technology, real estate investing and building and operating high growth technology companies with on-the-ground technology and real estate experience providing differentiated capabilities to source, evaluate, identify, and scale future high growth companies Single- Family Rental • Investment Strategy: Bridge acquired the majority ownership of the management platform of Gorelick Brothers Capital (“GBC”) and launched a single-family rental (“SFR”) strategy within Bridge (“Bridge Homes”). Bridge Homes has been seeded with a portfolio of approximately 2,700 homes in 14 markets, concentrated in the Sunbelt and certain Midwest markets of the United States and seeks to construct a recession resilient portfolio across build-to-rent, bulk purchases, and 1x1 acquisitions • Market Opportunity: Continued lack of affordable housing backed by demographic tailwinds and a fragmented single- family rental market with low institutional ownership approximating only 2% • Team Experience: The Single-Family Rental team is made up of industry pioneers with a demonstrated ability to source, manage, and scale SFR assets


 
19 Bridge has continued to expand into high-growth asset classes to complement existing investment verticals FIVE NEW INVESTMENT STRATEGIES LAUNCHED WITHIN THE LAST YEAR (CON'T) Logistics • Investment Strategy: Targets a balanced portfolio of logistics assets with allocation across income, value-add, and development opportunities seeing price dislocation, operational upside, and innovative redevelopment in markets where there is a confluence of existing and increasing population density, rapid e-commerce adoption, and constrained supply • Market Opportunity: Demographic growth coupled with significant shifts in consumer behaviors, including rapid e-commerce adaptation, are driving a transformative evolution within supply chains and last mile logistics demand • Team Experience: The Bridge Logistics Properties Principals have 40+ years of collective experience across acquisition, repositioning, and development of global logistics assets, totaling over $20 billion of transaction volume Net Lease Income • Investment Strategy: Invests in mission critical industrial, manufacturing, logistics and other critical business infrastructure real estate located in prime growth and logistically connected markets leased to high-quality credit tenants • Market Opportunity: Selectively acquire attractively priced mission critical industrial assets anchored by high quality credit tenants in an overlooked subset of industrial real estate • Team Experience: The Bridge Net Lease Income investment team has decades of sector expertise and deep marketplace relationships to identify attractive opportunities designed to generate stable high yielding income and long- term real estate appreciation


 
20 VERTICALLY INTEGRATED BUSINESS MODEL DRIVES COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES AND ATTRACTIVE INVESTMENT RETURNS Operational impact and alpha generation enhanced by collaborative teams Bridge’s operational expertise extends beyond asset management and includes a full spectrum of alpha-generating services Bridge’s ability to offer specialized operational capabilities translates directly to investor returns


 
21 DIFFERENTIATED DATA-DRIVEN INVESTMENT STRATEGY ENABLED BY SPECIALIZED UNDERWRITING CAPABILITIES Data-Driven Top-Down Investment Strategy Bottom-up Underwriting Capabilities 1 Such as higher household formation growth or higher office-using employment growth Analytics & Geospatial Models Yardi Customizations to Drive Multifamily Alpha Bridge’s deep expertise and vertically integrated platform facilitate a comprehensive top-down investment strategy supported by specialized asset level underwriting u Nationwide on-the-ground footprint allows Bridge to uncover the most attractive opportunities in its target markets u Proprietary Bridge business intelligence tool supports both underwriting of new investments & value maximization of investments u Benefits across investment strategies: for example, Bridge Multifamily property management team conducts physical due diligence of multifamily assets for potential loan investments by Debt Strategies u Utilizes a comprehensive, data-driven approach to analyze macroeconomic trends & identify compelling investment opportunities u Analytical metrics include detailed demand forecasts, supply forecasts and marking pricing, all at the local level u Extensive underwriting and transactional experience helps secure off-market deals u Bridge's identified "target markets" are projected to outperform substantially on key metrics1


 
22 12 AUM MIX IS WELL DIVERSIFIED ACROSS OUR STRATEGIES Gross AUM1 Fee-Earning AUM1 Multifamily 23% Workforce & Affordable Housing 12% Seniors Housing 10% Single-Family Rental 2% Development 10% Office 6% Logistics 1% Net Lease Income 1% Debt 28% Agency MBS 7% Multifamily 20% Workforce & Affordable Housing 11% Seniors Housing 10% Single-Family Rental 1% Development 23% Office 5% Logistics 2% Net Lease Income 1% Debt 26% Agency MBS 1% 1 As of June 30, 2022


 
23 21 BALANCED INVESTOR BASE Fund Investor by Geography1 Fund Investor by Type1 Bridge’s Client Solutions Group maintains deep institutional and retail investor relationships and has built an impressive track record of raising capital and driving growth u During Q2 2022, 55% of capital was raised internationally and 63% came from institutional investors u Global fund investor base across ~11,920 total investors, including ~210 institutional investors / family offices and ~11,700 individual investors u Deep and broad individual investors relationships driven in part by relationships with some of the largest wirehouses and RIAs in the world u 15 new prominent global institutional investors finalized fund commitments during the quarter u AIFM license in Luxembourg approved July 2022, which will open up marketing efforts in Europe in a more direct and efficient manner US 66% Rest of World 34% Individual 65% Institutional 35% 1 Based on committed capital as of June 30, 2022


 
24 High Proportion of Repeat Investors1, 2 High Proportion of Investors Invested Across Multiple Funds1 LP Composition1 1 Based on committed capital as of June 30, 2022 2 Repeat investors groups investors coming through wirehouse platforms as one repeat investor as of June 30, 2022 TRACK RECORD OF FUNDRAISING SUCCESS WITH A LOYAL INVESTOR BASE Bridge enjoys a diverse investor base with many repeat investors u Bridge has succeeded in penetrating key institutional segments (e.g., sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, insurance) as a complement to its extensive high-net-worth relationships u Continued success gathering assets across wirehouses driven by strong investment results, excellent client service and positioning as a sector specialist Non-Repeat 26.7% Repeat Investors 73.3% Invested Across Multiple Funds 58.7% Invested in Single Fund 41.3% Wealth Management 38.3% SWF, Pension 19.0% Family Office, HNW, RIA 18.7% Insurance, Bank, Foundation 14.2% Fund of Funds 7.4% Employees 2.4%


 
25 ESG INITIATIVES ARE CORE TO OUR CULTURE Our commitment to ESG spans our organization as we seek to analyze, integrate and report ESG metrics across our assets, investments, and practices. Select Associations Select ESG Awards3 2021 Pension Bridge ESG Strategy of the Year Award 2021 ESG Investing Awards: Private Equity 2021 & 2022 Environmental Finance Social Fund of the Year 1 For our Workforce and Affordable Housing Funds 2 Bridge completed its first GRESB reporting submission in 2021 for Bridge Workforce and Affordable Housing Fund I and Bridge Office Fund II and submitted its 2022 GRESB reports recently for the aforementioned funds, as well as for Bridge Multifamily Fund IV and Bridge Seniors Housing Fund II. 3 For Workforce and Affordable Housing strategy. Awards are based on self-reported data and are not intended to imply any endorsement or testimonial from any of these organizations. Social / Community & Citizenship Cross-Divisional Integration l Passionate community revitalization mindset, with dedicated social & community programming funded by the Bridge Community Enhancement Initiative (“BCEI”)1, integrated into WFAH assets. l Firmwide citizenship initiatives such as Charitable Giving, Employee Engagement, and Employee Resource Groups l Engage with CERES, NCREIF, Sorenson Impact, and PropTech firms for continuous dialogue on ESG best practices and new technologies. l Employee, resident, and tenant engagement to promote sustainable and healthy practices. l Cross-functional ESG Steering Committee and integration of business lines and leadership for decision making, opportunity assessment, and risk mitigation. l Dedicated Climate Change Task Force to increase awareness of climate risks and opportunities. l Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (“DE&I”) Committee to drive progress at all levels of the organization. Measuring Reporting l Seeking to integrate ESG parameters into investment due diligence process in certain equity strategies as a defining criteria for asset, market and vendor selection. l Seeking measurement and reporting of energy, emissions, water, and waste to steadily improve environmental performance across Value-Add Multifamily, Workforce & Affordable Housing (“WFAH”), Office, and Seniors Housing strategies and communities. l Seeking alignment with industry-leading benchmarks and global frameworks such as Global Impact Investing Network’s 1 (“GIIN”) & UN Principles for Responsible Investment (“UNPRI”), which provides unbiased assessment of progress and best practices. l Completed GRESB reporting submissions in 2021 and 2022.2 l Support the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (“SDGs”) in its annual ESG report and GIIN IRIS metrics for WFAH.1


 
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27 Appendix Unaudited GAAP Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets As of ($ in thousands) June 30, 2022 December 31, 2021 Assets (Unaudited) (Audited) Cash and cash equivalents $ 102,777 $ 78,417 Restricted cash 7,401 5,455 Marketable securities, at fair value 10,777 8,035 Receivables from affiliates 34,186 35,379 Notes receivable from affiliates 66,104 118,508 Other assets 44,836 44,463 Other investments 73,395 44,006 Accrued performance allocations 575,527 439,548 Intangible assets, net 5,862 3,441 Goodwill 55,982 9,830 Deferred tax assets, net 65,221 59,210 Total assets $ 1,042,068 $ 846,292 Liabilities and shareholdersʼ equity Accrued performance allocations compensation $ 58,688 $ 41,020 Accrued compensation and benefits 28,655 15,107 Accounts payable and accrued expenses 25,221 13,586 Due to affiliates 51,302 46,134 General Partner notes payable, at fair value 12,364 12,003 Insurance loss reserves 8,540 8,086 Self-insurance reserves and unearned premiums 3,515 3,504 Other liabilities 24,430 8,973 Notes payable 148,356 148,142 Total liabilities $ 361,071 $ 296,555 Total shareholdersʼ equity $ 680,997 $ 549,737 Total liabilities and shareholdersʼ equity $ 1,042,068 $ 846,292


 
28 Appendix Unaudited Historical Pro Forma & Actual Non-GAAP Measures ¹ Pro forma assumes the Transactions and IPO occurred prior to reported period Pro Forma1 Actual Three Months Ended ($ in thousands) 6/30/2020 9/30/2020 12/31/2020 3/31/2021 6/30/2021 9/30/2021 12/31/2021 3/31/2022 6/30/2022 Net income $ 3,624 $ 29,133 $ 93,171 $ 38,378 $ 84,031 $ 118,882 $ 165,786 $ 97,505 $ 124,382 Income tax provision 984 1,235 2,829 1,703 2,340 2,607 4,821 5,545 5,837 Income before provision for income taxes 4,608 30,368 96,000 40,081 86,371 121,489 170,607 103,050 130,219 Depreciation and amortization 672 672 1,198 753 727 699 651 633 887 Less: Unrealized performance allocations 21,251 (14,626) (49,639) (14,729) (43,204) (53,042) (137,638) (65,862) (70,116) Plus: Unrealized performance allocations compensation (922) 599 3,348 623 2,540 2,682 20,910 9,238 7,987 Less: Unrealized (gains)/losses 72 176 225 (5,780) (317) (2,565) (705) (479) (3,483) Plus: Other Expenses — — — — — — 1,723 — — Plus: Share-based compensation 2,678 2,679 7,287 3,133 16,916 2,452 3,592 7,264 6,553 Less: Net realized performance allocations attributable to non-controlling interests (3,193) (2,599) (15,827) (4,486) (20,593) (17,142) (5,913) (6,094) (18,409) Less: Net income attributable to non-controlling interests in subsidiaries (3,544) (2,368) (8,133) (2,648) (5,829) (12,154) (14,568) 150 977 Distributable Earnings attributable to the Operating Company $ 21,622 $ 14,901 $ 34,459 $ 16,947 $ 36,611 $ 42,419 $ 38,659 $ 47,900 $ 54,615 Realized performance allocations and incentive fees (5,336) (4,437) (28,493) (6,467) (35,629) (30,999) (10,345) (8,937) (33,581) Realized performance allocations and incentive fees compensation 293 278 1,704 429 2,223 1,855 648 560 2,165 Net realized performance allocations attributable to non- controlling interests 3,193 2,599 15,827 4,486 20,593 17,142 5,913 6,094 18,409 Net insurance income (253) (685) (1,660) (1,108) 110 (1,101) 124 (665) (1,406) (Earnings) losses from investments in real estate 102 (163) (909) 43 (980) (823) (333) (40) (1,251) Net interest (income)/expense and realized (gain)/loss 8 1,310 1,751 630 1,995 1,381 848 450 1,529 Net income attributable to non-controlling interests 3,544 2,368 8,133 2,648 5,829 12,154 14,568 (150) (977) Total Fee Related Earnings $ 23,173 $ 16,171 $ 30,812 $ 17,608 $ 30,752 $ 42,028 $ 50,082 $ 45,212 $ 39,503 Less: Total Fee Related Earnings attributable to non- controlling interests (3,544) (2,368) (8,133) (2,648) (5,829) (12,154) (14,568) 150 977 Total Fee Related Earnings to the Operating Company $ 19,629 $ 13,803 $ 22,679 $ 14,960 $ 24,923 $ 29,874 $ 35,514 $ 45,362 $ 40,480


 
29 Appendix Unaudited Historical Pro Forma & Actual Non-GAAP Measures ¹ Pro forma assumes the Transactions and IPO occurred prior to reported period Pro Forma1 Actual Three Months Ended ($ in thousands) 6/30/2020 9/30/2020 12/31/2020 3/31/2021 6/30/2021 9/30/2021 12/31/2021 3/31/2022 6/30/2022 Fund-level fee revenues Fund management fees $ 25,723 $ 26,635 $ 32,180 $ 30,860 $ 34,545 $ 40,576 $ 49,965 $ 52,700 $ 49,380 Transaction fees 8,294 5,085 18,574 5,326 16,242 21,907 31,598 21,998 17,643 Total net fund level fee revenues 34,017 31,720 50,754 36,186 50,787 62,483 81,563 74,698 67,023 Net earnings from Bridge property operators 3,308 2,388 1,171 2,094 1,988 4,969 2,469 2,939 2,108 Development fees 373 738 651 386 1,163 1,018 1,136 1,259 793 Fund administration fees — — — — — — 320 3,640 3,657 Other asset management and property income 2,343 1,147 1,327 1,520 1,611 1,533 2,329 1,955 2,659 Fee Related Revenues 40,041 35,993 53,903 40,186 55,549 70,003 87,817 84,491 76,240 Cash-based employee compensation and benefits (14,280) (16,754) (21,653) (20,308) (21,403) (23,173) (31,228) (32,539) (30,120) Net administrative expenses (2,588) (3,068) (1,438) (2,270) (3,394) (4,802) (6,507) (6,740) (6,617) Fee Related Expenses (16,868) (19,822) (23,091) (22,578) (24,797) (27,975) (37,735) (39,279) (36,737) Total Fee Related Earnings 23,173 16,171 30,812 17,608 30,752 42,028 50,082 45,212 39,503 Net income attributable to non-controlling interests (3,544) (2,368) (8,133) (2,648) (5,829) (12,154) (14,568) 150 977 Total Fee Related Earnings to the Opearting Company 19,629 13,803 22,679 14,960 24,923 29,874 35,514 45,362 40,480 Realized performance allocations and incentive fees 5,336 4,437 28,493 6,467 35,629 30,999 10,345 8,937 33,581 Realized performance allocations and incentive fees compensation (293) (278) (1,704) (429) (2,223) (1,855) (648) (560) (2,165) Net realized performance allocations attributable to non-controlling interests (3,193) (2,599) (15,827) (4,486) (20,593) (17,142) (5,913) (6,094) (18,409) Net insurance income 253 685 1,660 1,108 (110) 1,101 (124) 665 1,406 Earnings (losses) from investments in real estate (102) 163 909 (43) 980 823 333 40 1,251 Net interest income/(expense) and realized gain/(loss) (8) (1,310) (1,751) (630) (1,995) (1,381) (848) (450) (1,529) Distributable Earnings attributable to the Operating Company $ 21,622 $ 14,901 $ 34,459 $ 16,947 $ 36,611 $ 42,419 $ 38,659 $ 47,900 $ 54,615


 
30 Appendix Unaudited Historical Pro Forma & Actual Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Distributable Earnings per Share ¹ Pro forma assumes the Transactions and IPO occurred prior to reported period Pro Forma1 Actual Three Months Ended ($ in thousands, except per share and per share amounts) 6/30/2020 9/30/2020 12/31/2020 3/31/2021 6/30/2021 9/30/2021 12/31/2021 3/31/2022 6/30/2022 Numerator Distributable Earnings ("DE") attributable to the Operating Company $ 21,622 $ 14,901 $ 34,459 $ 16,947 $ 36,611 $ 42,419 $ 38,659 $ 47,900 $ 54,615 Less: DE attributable to non-controlling interest in the Operating Company (16,748) (11,542) (26,692) (13,127) (28,359) (33,792) (29,957) (37,380) (42,256) Proforma DE attributable to Bridge Investment Group Holdings, Inc. 4,874 3,359 7,767 3,820 8,252 8,627 8,702 10,520 12,359 Less: Income allocated to participating Restricted Shares (424) (292) (676) (332) (718) (823) (743) (1,897) (2,126) Proforma DE available to common shareholders--Basic and Diluted 4,450 3,067 7,091 3,488 7,534 7,804 7,959 8,623 10,233 Less: Tax expense (1,112) (767) (1,773) (872) (1,884) (1,951) (1,990) (2,156) (2,558) Proforma after-tax DE available to common shareholders--Basic and Diluted 3,337 2,300 5,319 2,616 5,651 5,853 5,969 6,467 7,675 Denominator Weighted-average shares of Class A Common stock outstanding--Basic and Diluted 22,284,351 22,284,351 22,284,351 22,284,351 22,284,351 22,284,351 22,742,137 23,138,030 24,029,107 After-Tax Non-GAAP Distributable Earnings Per Share Basic and Diluted $ 0.15 $ 0.10 $ 0.24 $ 0.12 $ 0.25 $ 0.26 $ 0.26 $ 0.28 $ 0.32


 
31 Appendix Non-GAAP to GAAP Reconciliation - Historical Pro Forma & Actual ¹ Pro forma assumes the Transactions and IPO occurred prior to reported period Pro Forma1 Actual Three Months Ended ($ in thousands) 6/30/2020 9/30/2020 12/31/2020 3/31/2021 6/30/2021 9/30/2021 12/31/2021 3/31/2022 6/30/2022 Cash-based employee compensation and benefits $ 14,280 $ 16,754 $ 21,653 $ 20,308 $ 21,403 $ 23,173 $ 31,228 $ 32,539 $ 30,120 Compensation expense of Bridge property operators 5,172 5,685 6,925 6,002 6,279 6,138 6,667 7,677 10,020 Share based compensation 2,678 2,679 7,287 3,133 16,916 2,452 3,592 7,264 6,553 Employee compensation and benefits $ 22,130 $ 25,118 $ 35,865 $ 29,443 $ 44,598 $ 31,763 $ 41,487 $ 47,480 $ 46,693 Administrative expenses, net of Bridge property operators $ 2,588 $ 3,068 $ 1,438 $ 2,270 $ 3,394 $ 4,802 $ 6,507 $ 6,740 $ 6,617 Administrative expenses of Bridge property operators 1,476 1,380 2,601 1,830 1,997 1,901 2,112 2,768 3,152 General and administrative expenses $ 4,064 $ 4,448 $ 4,039 $ 4,100 $ 5,391 $ 6,703 $ 8,619 $ 9,508 $ 9,769 Unrealized gains/(losses) $ (72) $ (176) $ (225) $ 5,780 $ 317 $ 2,565 $ 705 $ 479 $ 3,483 Other expenses from Bridge property operators (21) (53) (22) (21) (19) (18) (16) (14) (13) Net interest income/(expense) and realized gain/(loss) (8) (1,310) (1,751) (630) (1,995) (1,381) (848) (450) (1,529) Other expenses — — — — — — (1,723) — — Total other income (expense) $ (101) $ (1,539) $ (1,998) $ 5,129 $ (1,697) $ 1,166 $ (1,882) $ 15 $ 1,941 Net income attributable to non-controlling interests in subsidiaries $ 3,544 $ 2,368 $ 8,133 $ 2,648 $ 5,829 $ 12,154 $ 14,568 $ (150) $ (977) Realized performance allocations attributable to non-controlling interests 3,193 2,599 15,827 4,486 20,593 17,142 5,913 6,094 18,409 Unrealized performance allocations attributable to non-controlling interests (16,724) 10,118 28,994 9,586 25,517 31,605 64,778 30,769 32,316 Total net income attributable to non-controlling interests $ (9,987) $ 15,085 $ 52,954 $ 16,720 $ 51,939 $ 60,901 $ 85,259 $ 36,713 $ 49,748


 
32 Appendix AUM Roll Forward (Unaudited) FEAUM Roll Forward (Unaudited) ($ in millions) Three Months Ended June 30, 2022 Six Months Ended June 30, 2022 Balance as of beginning of period $14,657 $13,363 Increases (capital raised/deployment)4 985 2,550 Changes in fair market value 2 12 Decreases (liquidations/other)5 (102) (383) FEAUM as of end of period $15,542 $15,542 % Change 6 % 16 % 1 New capital / commitments raised generally represents limited partner capital raised by our funds and other vehicles, including any reinvestments in our open-ended vehicles. 2 Distributions / return of capital generally represents the realization proceeds from the disposition of assets, current income, or capital returned to investors. 3 Change in fair value and acquisitions generally represents realized and unrealized activity on investments held by our funds and other vehicles (including changes in fair value and changes in leverage) as well as the net impact of fees, expenses, and non-investment income. 4 Increases generally represents limited partner capital raised or deployed by our funds and other vehicles that is fee-earning when raised or deployed, respectively, including any reinvestments in our open- ended vehicles. 5 Decreases generally represents liquidations of investments held by our funds or other vehicles or other changes in fee basis, including the change from committed capital to invested capital after the expiration or termination of the investment period. ($ in millions) Three Months Ended June 30, 2022 Six Months Ended June 30, 2022 Balance as of beginning of period $38,847 $36,315 New capital / commitments raised1 1,389 2,490 Distributions / return of capital2 (461) (1,044) Change in fair value and acquisitions3 2,194 4,208 AUM as of end of period $41,969 $41,969 % Change 8 % 16 %


 
33 Appendix FEAUM by Fund (Unaudited) December 31, June 30, ($ in millions) 2020 2021 2022 Bridge Debt Strategies Fund IV $ 305 $ 1,133 $ 2,038 Bridge Opportunity Zone Fund IV — 1,490 1,476 Bridge Multifamily Fund V — 976 1,471 Bridge Multifamily Fund IV 1,574 1,284 1,342 Bridge Workforce Fund II 166 915 1,212 Bridge Debt Strategies Fund III 1,549 1,286 1,137 Bridge Opportunity Zone Fund III 1,028 1,019 1,019 Bridge Seniors Housing Fund II 769 805 797 Bridge Seniors Housing Fund I 626 626 626 Bridge Workforce Fund I 499 556 556 Bridge Office Fund I 500 499 499 Bridge Opportunity Zone Fund I 482 482 482 Bridge Opportunity Zone Fund II 408 408 408 Bridge Debt Strategies Fund II 678 354 280 Bridge Debt Strategies III JV Partners 416 308 264 Bridge Logistics U.S. Venture I — 110 250 Bridge Opportunity Zone Fund V — — 240 Bridge Multifamily Fund III 401 269 228 Bridge Single-Family Rental Fund IV — — 227 Bridge Agency MBS Fund 104 123 194 Bridge Office Fund II 89 176 176 Bridge Debt Strategies IV JV Partners — 129 158 Bridge Debt Strategies II JV Partners 343 195 152 Bridge Office I JV Partners 154 130 130 Bridge Net Lease Income Fund — 29 95 Bridge Seniors Housing Fund III 33 33 57 Bridge Debt Strategies I JV Partners 18 18 18 Bridge Office II JV Partners 21 6 6 Bridge Multifamily III JV Partners 10 4 4 Bridge Debt Strategies Fund I 41 — — Total FEAUM by Fund $ 10,214 $ 13,363 $ 15,542


 
34 Fund Performance Summary - As of June 30, 2022 ($ in MM) Appendix Notes: 1. Does not include performance for(i) Opportunity Zone funds as such funds are invested in active development projects and have minimal stabilized assets, or (ii) funds that are currently raising capital, including our open-ended funds. Each fund identified contemplates all associated parallel and feeder limited partnerships in which investors subscribe and accordingly share common management. All intercompany accounts and transactions have been eliminated in the combined presentation. Values and performance presented herein are the combined investor returns gross of any applicable legal entity taxes. The returns presented above are those of the primary funds in each platform and not those of the Company. An investment in our Class A common stock is not an investment in any of our funds. The historical returns attributable to our platforms are presented for illustrative purposes only and should not be considered as indicative of the future returns of our Class A common stock or any of our current or future funds. 2. Fund Committed Capital represents total capital commitments to the fund (excluding joint ventures or separately managed accounts). 3. Unreturned Drawn Capital plus Accrued Pref represents the amount the fund needs to distribute to its investors as a return of capital and a preferred return before the General Partner is entitled to receive performance fees or allocations from the fund. 4. Cumulative Invested Capital represents the total cost of investments since inception (including any recycling or refinancing of investments). 5. Realized Proceeds represents net cash proceeds received in connection with all investments, including distributions from investments and disposition proceeds. 6. Remaining Fair Value (RFV) represents the estimated liquidation values that are generally based upon appraisals, contracts and internal estimates. There can be no assurance that Remaining Fair Value will be realized at valuations shown, and realized values will depend on numerous factors including, among others, future asset-level operating results, asset values and market conditions at the time of disposition, transaction costs, and the timing and manner of disposition, all of which may differ from the assumptions on which the Remaining Fair Value are based. Direct fund investments in real property are held at cost minus transaction expenses for the first six months. 7. Unrealized MOIC represents the Multiple of Invested Capital (“MOIC”) for Total Fair Value associated with unrealized investments before management fees, fund level expenses and carried interest, divided by Cumulative Invested Capital attributable to those unrealized investments. 8. Total Fair Value (TFV) represents the sum of Realized Proceeds and Remaining Fair Value, before management fees, expenses and carried interest. 9. TFV MOIC represents MOIC for Total Fair Value, divided by Cumulative Invested Capital. 10. Fund Gross IRR is an annualized realized and unrealized return to fund investors gross of management fees and carried interest. 11. Fund Net IRR is an annualized realized and unrealized return to fee-paying investors, net of management fees, fund-level expenses and carried interest. Net return information reflects average fund investor level returns, which may differ from actual investor level returns due to timing, variance in fees paid by investors, and other investor-specific investment costs such as taxes. Bridge Multifamily I and II funds reported their final IRRs in 2018 and 2019 respectively in a manner that includes a small share of affiliate capital who paid zero fees. Total Investments Closed-End Funds(1) (Investment Period Beginning, Ending Date) Fund Committed Capital (2) Unreturned Drawn Capital + Accrued Pref(3) Cumulative Invested Capital(4) Realized Proceeds(5) Remaining Fair Value (RFV)(6) Unrealized MOIC(7) Total Fair Value (TFV)(8) TFV MOIC(9) Fund Gross IRR(10) Fund Net IRR(11) Equity Strategies Funds Multifamily Bridge Multifamily I (Mar 2009, Mar 2012) $ 124 $ — $ 150 $ 280 $ — N/A $ 280 1.87x 21.0 % 15.3 % Bridge Multifamily II (Apr 2012, Mar 2015) 596 — 605 1,264 — N/A 1,264 2.09x 30.2 % 23.4 % Bridge Multifamily III (Jan 2015, Jan 2018) 912 — 877 1,614 594 3.43x 2,208 2.52x 28.2 % 21.8 % Bridge Multifamily IV (Jun 2018, Jun 2021) 1,590 1,525 1,373 240 2,805 2.22x 3,045 2.22x 42.9 % 33.6 % Total Multifamily Funds 3,222 1,525 3,005 3,398 3,399 2.41x $ 6,797 2.26x 29.7 % 23.4 % Workforce & Affordable Housing Bridge Workforce Housing I (Aug 2017, Aug 2020) 619 651 568 105 1,224 2.34x 1,329 2.34x 37.1 % 29.9 % Total Workforce & Affordable Housing Funds 619 651 568 105 1,224 2.34x 1,329 2.34x 37.1 % 29.9 % Seniors Housing Bridge Seniors I (Jan 2014, Jan 2018) 578 793 644 387 434 1.14x 821 1.27x 4.9 % 2.5 % Bridge Seniors II (Mar 2017, Mar 2020) 820 809 720 207 771 1.34x 978 1.36x 10.0 % 6.9 % Total Seniors Housing Funds 1,398 1,602 1,364 594 1,205 1.26x $ 1,799 1.32x 7.0 % 4.3 % Office Bridge Office I (Jul 2017, Jul 2020) 573 634 596 182 513 1.15x 695 1.17x 5.0 % 2.2 % Bridge Office II (Dec 2019, to present) 208 202 205 24 272 1.44x 296 1.44x 28.9 % 19.5 % Total Office Funds 781 836 801 206 785 1.23x $ 991 1.24x 8.2 % 4.3 % Total Equity Strategies Funds $ 6,020 $ 4,614 $ 5,738 $ 4,303 $ 6,613 1.85x $ 10,916 1.90x 23.6 % 17.7 % Debt Strategies Funds Bridge Debt I (Sep 2014, Sep 2017) $ 132 $ — $ 219 $ 262 $ 2 1.24x $ 264 1.21x 8.3 % 5.7 % Bridge Debt II (July 2016, July 2019) 1,002 242 2,500 2,673 296 1.32x 2,969 1.19x 11.5 % 8.9 % Bridge Debt III (May 2018, May 2021) 1,624 1,062 5,359 4,838 1,100 1.29x 5,938 1.11x 12.6 % 9.8 % Bridge Debt IV (Nov 2020, to present) 2,888 1,886 5,435 3,880 1,671 1.04x 5,551 1.02x 8.1 % 6.1 % Total Debt Strategies Funds $ 5,646 $ 3,190 $ 13,513 $ 11,653 $ 3,069 1.17x $ 14,722 1.09x 11.4 % 8.8 %


 
35 Appendix Reconciliation of GAAP Shares of Common Stock Outstanding to Total Shares Outstanding Q2 2022 GAAP Shares of Common Stock Outstanding 24,078,107 Unvested Participating Shares of Common Stock 4,999,699 Total Participating Shares of Common Stock 29,077,806 Participating Partnership Units 96,491,589 Unvested Participating Partnership Units 3,150,332 Total Shares Outstanding 128,719,727 Shareholder Dividends ($ in thousands, except per share data) Q2 2022 Distributable Earnings Attributable to the Operating Company $54,615 Less: 5% Holdback of Profits in the Operating Company to reinvest (2,731) Less: DE attributable to non-controlling interests in Operating Company (40,135) DE before Certain Payables Attributable to Common Stockholders $11,749 Less: Other Payables Attributable to Common Stockholders (2,937) DE Attributable to Participating Common Stockholders $8,812 Total Participating Shares of Common Stock 29,077,806 DE per Share $0.30 Less: Retained Capital per Share 0.00 Dividend per Share $0.30 Record Date Sep 2, 2022 Payment Date Sep 16, 2022


 
36 Appendix Reconciliation of GAAP Earnings per Share to Distributable Earnings per Share Q2 2022 ($ in thousands, except per share data) Amount Weighted- Average Shares Outstanding Amount per Share Net Income Available to Common Shareholders 10,589 24,029,107 $ 0.44 Add: Income Allocated to unvested Participating Shares of Restricted Stock 2,351 Net Income Attributable to Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc. 12,940 29,039,604 $ 0.44 Net income attributable to non-controlling interests in Operating Company 61,694 Net income attributable to non-controlling interests in subsidiaries of Operating Company 49,748 Net income 124,382 128,712,145 $ 0.97 Income tax provision 5,837 Income before provision for income taxes 130,219 128,712,145 $ 1.01 Depreciation and amortization 887 Less: Unrealized performance allocations (70,116) Plus: Unrealized performance allocations compensation 7,987 Less: Unrealized (gains)/losses (3,483) Plus: Share-based compensation 6,553 Less: Net realized performance allocations attributable to non-controlling interests (18,409) Less: Net income attributable to non-controlling interests in subsidiaries of Operating Company 977 Distributable Earnings attributable to the Operating Company 54,615 128,712,145 $ 0.42 Less: DE attributable to non-controlling interests in the Operating Company 42,256 99,672,541 0.42 Distributable Pre-Tax Earnings attributable to Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc. 12,359 29,039,604 $ 0.42


 
37 Appendix Performance Income • The Operating Company receives 24% to 40% of the gross performance allocations Profits Interest • Current plans expected to be collapsed over the next two years • 2019 profit interests converted on January 1, 2022 • Will result in a reduction in NCI and increase in Net Income to the Operating Company • Will result in an increase in share count; however, expected to be antidilutive to public shareholders Non-Controlling Interests ($ in thousands) For Three Months Ended June 30, 2022 NON-GAAP MEASURES INCOME STATEMENT Total Fund Management Performance income Fund-level fee revenues Fund management fees $ 49,380 $ 49,380 $ — Transaction fees net 17,643 17,643 — Total Fund-level fee revenues 67,023 67,023 — Net earnings from Bridge property operators 2,108 2,108 — Development fees 793 793 — Fund administration fees 3,657 3,657 — Other asset management and property income 2,659 2,659 — Fee Related Revenues 76,240 76,240 — Cash-based employee compensation and benefits (30,120) (30,120) — Net administrative expenses (6,617) (6,617) — Fee Related Expenses (36,737) (36,737) — Total Fee Related Earnings 39,503 39,503 — Fee Related Earnings Margin 52 % 52 % Total Fee Related Earnings attributable to non-controlling interests from 2020 Profits Interests 689 689 — Total Fee Related Earnings attributable to non-controlling interests from 2021 Profits Interests 518 518 — Total Fee Related Earnings attributable to non-controlling interests from subsidiaries of the Operating Company (230) (230) — Total Fee Related Earnings to the Operating Company 40,480 40,480 — Realized performance allocations and incentive fees 33,581 - 33,581 Realized performance allocations and incentive fees compensation (2,165) - (2,165) Net realized performance allocations attributable to non-controlling interests (18,409) - (18,409) Net insurance income 1,406 1,406 - Earnings from investments in real estate 1,251 1,251 - Net interest income/(expense) and realized gain/(loss) (1,529) (1,529) - Distributable Earnings Attributable to the Operating Company $ 54,615 $ 41,608 $ 13,007


 
38 Appendix Composition of Fund Management Fees ($ in MM)


 
39 Glossary Assets Under Management Assets under management, or AUM, represents the sum of (a) the fair value of the assets of the funds and vehicles we manage, plus (b) the contractual amount of any uncalled capital commitments to those funds and vehicles (including our commitments to the funds and vehicles and those of Bridge affiliates). Our AUM is not reduced by any outstanding indebtedness or other accrued but unpaid liabilities of the assets we manage. Our calculations of AUM and fee-earning AUM may differ from the calculations of other investment managers. As a result, these measures may not be comparable to similar measures presented by other investment managers. In addition, our calculation of AUM includes uncalled commitments to (and the fair value of the assets in) the funds and vehicles we manage from Bridge and Bridge affiliates, regardless of whether such commitments or investments are subject to fees. Our definition of AUM is not based on any definition contained in the agreements governing the funds and vehicles we manage or advise. Distributable Earnings Distributable Earnings, or DE, is a key performance measure used in our industry and is evaluated regularly by management in making resource deployment and compensation decisions, and in assessing our performance. DE differs from net income before provision for income taxes, computed in accordance with U.S. GAAP in that it does not include depreciation and amortization, unrealized performance allocations and related compensation expense, unrealized gains (losses), share-based compensation, net income attributable to non-controlling interests, charges (credits) related to corporate actions and non- recurring items. Although we believe the inclusion or exclusion of these items provides investors with a meaningful indication of our core operating performance, the use of DE without consideration of the related U.S. GAAP measures is not adequate due to the adjustments described herein. This measure supplements and should be considered in addition to and not in lieu of the results of operations discussed further in our most recent annual report on Form 10-K under “Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations—Key Components of our Results of Operations— Combined Results of Operations” prepared in accordance with U.S. GAAP. Our calculations of DE may differ from the calculations of other investment managers. As a result, these measures may not be comparable to similar measures presented by other investment managers. Fee-Earning AUM Fee-Earning AUM, or FEAUM, reflects the assets from which we earn management fee revenue. The assets we manage that are included in our FEAUM typically pay management fees based on capital commitments, invested capital or, in certain cases, NAV, depending on the fee terms. Fee Related Earnings Fee Related Earnings, or FRE, is a supplemental performance measure used to assess our ability of to generate profits from fee-based revenues that are measured and received on a recurring basis. FRE differs from income before provision for income taxes computed in accordance with U.S. GAAP in that it adjusts for the items included in the calculation of Distributable Earnings, and also adjusts Distributable Earnings to exclude realized performance allocations income, net insurance income, earnings from investments in real estate, net interest (interest income less interest expense), net realized gain/(loss), and, if applicable, certain general and administrative expenses when the timing of any future payment is uncertain. FRE is not a measure of performance calculated in accordance with U.S. GAAP. The use of FRE without consideration of the related U.S. GAAP measures is not adequate due to the adjustments described herein. Our calculations of FRE may differ from the calculations of other investment managers. As a result, these measures may not be comparable to similar measures presented by other investment managers.


 
40 Glossary (cont'd) Fee Related Expenses Fee Related Expenses is a component of Fee Related Earnings. Fee Related Expenses differs from expenses computed in accordance with U.S. GAAP in that it does not include incentive fee compensation, performance allocations compensation, share-based compensation, loss and loss adjustment expenses associated with our insurance business, depreciation and amortization, or charges (credits) related to corporate actions and non-recurring items, and expenses attributable to non- controlling interest in consolidated entities. Additionally, Fee Related Expenses is reduced by the costs associated with our property operations, which are managed internally in order to enhance returns to the Limited Partners in our funds. Fee Related Expenses are used in management’s review of the business. Please refer to the reconciliation to the comparable line items on the combined statements of operations. Fee Related Revenues Fee Related Revenues is a component of Fee Related Earnings. Fee Related Revenues is comprised of fund management fees, transaction fees net of any third-party operating expenses, net earnings from Bridge property operators, development fees, and other asset management and property income. Net earnings from Bridge property operators is calculated as a summation of property management, leasing fees and construction management fees less third-party operating expenses and property operating expenses. Property operating expenses is calculated as a summation of employee compensation and benefits, general and administrative expenses and interest expense at our property operators. We believe our vertical integration enhances returns to our shareholders and fund investors, and we view the net earnings from Bridge property operators as part of our fee related revenue as these services are provided to essentially all of the real estate properties in our equity funds. Net earnings from Bridge property operators is a metric that is included in management’s review of our business. Please refer to the reconciliation to the comparable line items on the combined statements of operations. Fee Related Revenues differs from revenue computed in accordance with U.S. GAAP in that it excludes insurance premiums. Additionally, Fee Related Revenues is reduced by the costs associated with our property operations, which are managed internally in order to enhance returns to the Limited Partners in our funds. Fund Management Fees Fund management fees refers to fees we earn for advisory services provided to our funds, which are generally based on total commitments, invested capital or net asset value managed by us. Fund management fees are generally based on a quarterly measurement period and amounts are paid in advance of recognizing revenue. Operating Company Bridge Investment Group Holdings LLC, or the Operating Company, acts as a holding company of certain affiliates that provide an array of real estate-related services. The Operating Company is the ultimate controlling entity, through its wholly owned subsidiary Bridge Fund Management Holdings LLC, of the investment manager entities, which we refer to collectively as the Fund Managers. Sponsored Funds Sponsored Funds refers to the funds, co-investment vehicles and other entities and accounts that are managed by Bridge, and which are structured to pay fees.


 
 


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