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HNWs are increasingly looking at alternative assets such as private equity and private debt to offset lower returns in traditional equity and bond markets, according to research by investment manager Connection Capital A survey of 1,200 HNWs carried out by Connection Capital found that the proportion of investors allocating a fifth or more of their portfolios to alternative assets rose from 26 per cent in 2018 to 41 per cent this year. Meanwhile, one in three HNWs surveyed is planning to increase exposure to alternative assets, compared to just one in seven for quoted equities. HNWs’ acceleration towards alternatives is …Public
Key Points After battling downturns in the stock and bond markets, more advisors are turning to alternative investments, according to a Cerulli Associates survey. Cerulli sees a “Goldilocks moment” for these assets amid demand for income, higher returns and volatility protection as more products become available. After battling downturns in the stock and bond markets, more financial advisors looking to further diversify their clients are turning to alternative investments, according to a recent survey from Cerulli Associates. Falling outside of traditional asset classes, alternative investments are typically added to portfolios for more diversification, income generation and the possibility of higher returns. The …Public
World real GDP likely declined in the second quarter of 2022, but this expected outcome is not inevitably the beginning of a global recession. Entering 2022, the global economy was headed for a major slowdown. As inflation raged, central banks accelerated the pace of monetary policy tightening, aiming to slow the growth of aggregate demand and calm price pressures. Two shocks intervened—Russia's invasion of Ukraine on 24 February and lockdowns in mainland China in response to a March-April surge in COVID-19 cases. These shocks further disrupted supply chains, adding to cost pressures. At the same time, soaring energy and food …Public
High-net-worth investors (HNWIs) are allocating more to alternative assets such as private equity and private debt, as they diversify away from quoted markets in search of higher returns. Connection Capital’s private client Alternatives Investment Survey has revealed a radical overhaul of the traditional 60 per cent equities / 40 per cent bonds mix as investors shake up their portfolios in the face of dwindling returns. The survey has found that HNWIs are including much higher weightings of alternative investments in their portfolios than five years ago, with 41 per cent now allocating more than 20 per cent to the asset …Public
In a survey of 202 investors globally, 51 percent said the global economy is entering a period of stagflation. Institutional investors are preparing their portfolios for stagflation, with differing approaches. In a CoreData Research survey of 202 global institutional investors, 51 percent of respondents said the surge in energy prices coupled with the Russia-Ukraine war will send the global economy into stagflation — a period characterized by high inflation, slowing economic growth, and high unemployment. In response to these fears, 43 percent of respondents said they plan to raise allocations to assets positively correlated to inflation, including commodities and real …Public
THE growth of the private credit market is fast becoming one of the most exciting stories in Australia's financial sector. It could also become one of its most successful exports.Globally, private credit has emerged as an investment buzzword for 2022, as more investors turn to assets that offer some protection from inflation and rising interest rates.In Asia-Pacific, Australia is leading the way - but the market is set to grow in Singapore and across the region, complementing traditional bank lending.Australia's private debt market has grown from A$35 billion (S$35 billion) in assets under management in 2015 to A$109 billion in …Public