Beyond 60/40: Allocating to Private Markets
For decades, individual investment portfolios have been governed by a single ratio: 60/40. Conventional wisdom was that a portfolio of 60% stocks and 40% bonds represented the optimal mix, providing a decent return without assuming too much risk. But that standard allocation model may be due for a rethink.
Local Investor Demand for Private Capital Continues to Rise
Australian investors are increasingly seeking growth opportunities outside listed stocks, notes Hamilton Lane, one of the world’s largest private capital investors.
Private Markets Due Diligence: Investment Strategies and Fund Structures
As showcased in the first blog in our series discussing private markets, the opportunity set within the asset class is large and inefficiencies exist that ultimately can lead to outsized risk/return characteristics. However, in what is an increasingly complex industry, not all private market investment opportunities are created equal.