Emerging managers have a lot going for them. Many offer co-investments. Their founders put an abundance of skin in the game and don’t overdo it on the management fees. They pursue specialized strategies that can diversify plain-vanilla portfolios. They’ve performed well overall, although individual funds can be a bit hit-or-miss.
Institutional investors investors have been embracing these virtues…
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