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The Potential of Private Market Investments in Emerging Markets

The allure of emerging markets has long captivated investors with their rapid economic growth, relatively untapped resources, and booming middle […]
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Comparing Small-Cap Stocks and Private Equity: Returns and Volatility

In the relentless quest for high returns, some investors might be tempted by the potential of small-cap public stocks. Small-cap […]
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Regional Bank Loan Books: A Treasure Trove for Private Investors

The recent failures of Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank, and First Republic Bank have thrown a wrench into the gears […]
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Rising Private Wealth Around the World Fuels Private Markets

Private markets have grown by 170 percent ($4 trillion) in the past decade alone. They are now a bedrock asset […]
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Private Equity's Resilience Amidst Banking Turmoil

The first quarter of 2023 was marked by significant challenges in the banking industry, with the collapse of major players […]
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How Private Equity Will Drive ESG

Despite market turbulence, private equity is reaching new heights, with dry powder reaching an all-time high of $3.7 trillion in […]
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The Tax Advantage of Investment Funds

Investors are shifting their portfolio allocations to alternative assets in droves. Traditional assets, or stocks and bonds, fail to provide […]
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The Power of Persistence in VC

In the public equity markets, top-performing and bottom-performing managers provide returns within a relatively tight band. For example, the 5th […]
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Advisors Are Winning Clients With Superior Private Market Investments

Offering clients personalized and compelling private market investments can drive an advisor's top-line growth through new client acquisition, better client […]
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The Incredible Resiliency of Private Markets

Headlines purporting the demise of VC and private equity markets are overblown and fail to appreciate the historical resilience of […]
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Money "Unprinting" Reaches a 35-Year-High

Money creation is the king of the economy. But, just as the Federal Reserve eased monetary policy to manage the […]
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What the Silicon Valley Bank Collapse Means For Venture Capital

A key part of the startup ecosystem went up in flames with the sudden collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB). […]
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Embracing the New Frontier: Retail Investing Accelerates in Private Markets

Wealthy investors know the superior returns and diversification opportunities that alternative investments provide—particularly in the current inflationary investing environment. Private […]
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Why Institutions Are Outsourcing Investment Management

Chief Investment Officers (CIOs) are vital to an institutional investor’s team. They are responsible for handling the organization's investments and […]
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Guide to Thematic Investing

In finance, a theme is an investing style or strategy in which an investor seeks to profit from companies benefiting […]
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