Investor Strategy News: ‘Some will succeed, some will struggle’ as super funds dive into private markets
CEO Mario Giannini was interviewed by Australian publication Investor Strategy News about his outlook for the asset class, why liquidity isn't as big of a factor as many believe, and why he thinks investors going forward will allocate as much as 50% of portfolios to private markets.
Capital Allocators Podcast: View from the Top of Private Equity at Hamilton Lane
Mario Giannini is the CEO of Hamilton Lane, where he oversees nearly $1 trillion of assets under management and advisement in private capital, making it perhaps the largest investor in private equity in the world. Mario joined Hamilton Lane thirty years ago and has spent the last 21 as its CEO. His breadth of knowledge and experience, alongside at times unconventional views, offers an unparalleled bird’s eye view into this powerful area of investing.
Currency Effects on Private Market Portfolios
Investment returns for a private markets portfolio (or for that matter, public markets portfolio) are a derivative of a number of variables. In the current market environment, for example, rising rates, inflation, geopolitical risks, supply chain issues (to name just a few) -- have all led to broader market volatility that in turn impacts an investor’s portfolio return.