Private Markets’ Outlook: What Does the Future Hold?
Private markets managers are seeking new ways to navigate rising inflation rates, the need for increased transparency, and the retail potential of private assets.
In this podcast series, our experts analyze the results of our latest study, No Going Back: New Realities in Private Markets. The study consists of responses from nearly 500 institutional investors and managers worldwide to understand their perspectives on the outlook for private markets in 2023.
Our study reflects what many market participants already believe – markets have reached an inflection point and the era of cheap borrowing is over. However, despite market uncertainty, institutional investors remain interested in private markets and are keen to continue their allocations.
Results from our study indicate that institutions are prioritizing improving their data management capabilities to continue making informed investment decisions. Transparency pressure from investors, increased regulatory scrutiny, mounting retail interest, concerns over illiquidity premium and greater demand for sustainable investing have led organizations to rethink their data strategies.
Retail investors are seeking returns and diversification, and are looking for increased access to private markets. Despite higher fees, transparency issues and uncertain markets, many investors believe that private markets have lucrative opportunities for retail investors.
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Authors and contributors
Senior Vice President,
Head of EMEA Private Markets
Global Thought Leadership (Moderator)
Head of Cross-Product Client
Solutions for Alternative
Investments and Private Markets
Managing Director, Regional Head
of Street Street Alternatives Segment,