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Promotional Data Global Gender Data U.S. Race/Ethnicity Data Men 51% Women 49% White 46% Hispanic 20% Asian 17% Black 14% Other 14 3% TOTAL EMPLOYEES 13 TOTAL EMPLOYEES 15 60% Men 40% Women BOARD OF DIRECTORS 15 BOARD OF DIRECTORS 13 0% 10% Black Other 14 0% Asian 0% Hispanic 90% White OPERATING COMMITTEE 13 0% 0% 5% 11% Black Other 14 Asian Hispanic White 84% SENIOR LEVEL EMPLOYEES , 13 12 5% 1% 11% 6% 77% Black Other 14 Asian Hispanic White 63% Men 37% Women OPERATING COMMITTEE 15 74% Men 26% Women SENIOR LEVEL EMPLOYEES , 15 12 Men Women CAMPUS & INTERNSHIP CLASS 19 52% 48% CAMPUS & INTERNSHIP CLASS 17 37% 63% White Ethnic 18 Additional Data TOTAL EMPLOYEES LGBT+ 16 4% 2% People with disabilities 16 4% 2% Military veterans 16 3% 2% SENIOR LEVEL EMPLOYEES 12 Women 39% Men 61% GLOBAL PROMOTIONS , 20 19 Ethnic 18 47% White 53% U.S. PROMOTIONS , 20 17 12 Senior level employees represents employees with the titles of Managing Director and above. 13 Based on EEO metrics. Presented as a percentage of the respective populations who self-identified race/ethnicity: 96% and 95% of the Firm’s total U.S.-based employees and U.S.-based senior level employees, respectively, and all members of the Operating Committee and the Board of Directors. Information for the Operating Committee includes two members who are based outside of the U.S. 14 Other includes American Indian or Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, and two or more races/ethnicities. 15 Presented as a percentage of the respective populations who self-identified gender: 99% of each of the Firm’s total global employees and global senior level employees, and all members of the Operating Committee and the Board of Directors. 2021 Workforce Composition In connection with its diversity initiatives, the Firm periodically requests that its employees and Board members self-identify based on specified diversity categories. The following presents information on self-identifications as of December 31, 2021. The information according to Equal Employment Opportunity (“EEO”) race/ethnicity categories and gender is based on U.S. and global employees (including campus and internship class) respectively, who self-identified. Race/ethnicity and gender information reflects all members of the Operating Committee and the Board of Directors. Information on LGBT+, veteran, and disability statuses is based on U.S. employees. 16 Presented as a percentage of total U.S.-based employees and total U.S.-based senior level employees, respectively. 17 Based on EEO metrics. Presented as a percentage of the respective U.S.-based populations who self-identified race/ethnicity. 18 Ethnic is defined as all EEO classifications other than White. 19 Presented as a percentage of the respective global populations who self-identified gender. 20 Represents employees with the titles of Vice President and above. 26 INTRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIAL Feature: Our Commitment to Racial Equity Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Human Capital Inclusive Growth GOVERNANCE ESG REPORT APPENDICES

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