Asia-Pacific sovereign funds lift allocations to alternatives; U.S. an attractive investment destination: study


Asia-Pacific, private equity, venture capital, Cerulli Associates
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Spurred by declining growth worldwide and lower interest rates and returns, Asia-Pacific sovereign-wealth funds are increasingly allocating to alternative strategies. Most sovereign funds invest directly in private markets but will partner with specialist PE managers for new and esoteric strategies, ...

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