(Un)intended Consequences of the Private Market Boom: An Era of Increasing Complexity, Opportunities and Skill
The largest asset owners across North America continue to show growing confidence in private markets. And they are demonstrating that confidence with their allocations to an array of strategies across private equity, venture capital, private debt, infrastructure and real estate, all of which are on the rise as institutional investors commit to building out and enhancing their private market programs. Yet, in a world where the outlook for the next ten years looks drastically different to the last ten, the need to innovate and look in new sectors in order to find good returns without taking excessive risk and stay competitive has never been more paramount.
Renewed emphasis on heightened investment processes, opportunistic portfolio construction and targeted manager selection are paramount, and that is the reason we are bringing GPs and LPs together on September 17 in Boston – to share ideas on the latest trends and current investment opportunity set in the private market space