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81% of Ultra-High-Net-Worth Individuals Use Alternative Investments

81% of Ultra-High-Net-Worth Individuals Use Alternative Investments

It's no secret that the ultra-rich have access to alternative investment opportunities that seem unavailable or unobtainable to the average investor, like expensive wine, vintage cars, fine art, equity in private companies, and real estate.  What may come as a surprise is that ultra-high-net-worth investors (those with a net worth of at least $30 million) have, on average, 50% of their assets in alternative investments. And they are likely to allocate even more of their portfolio toward alternative investments in coming years, despite the recent strong performance of major stock market indices. Before going further, let's define "alternative investment." Alternative …

Insurance CIOs Move Further into Alternative Assets

Insurance CIOs Move Further into Alternative Assets

As low interest rates yield low returns, insurers are looking to non-traditional investments to enhance portfolio returns, according to a new KKR survey. As interest rates remain low, so do insurance companies’ investment yields — a trend that’s causing structural shifts in asset allocation throughout the sector.  In a survey of its top 50 insurance clients, global investment firm KKR found that respondents moved more money to alternative assets over the period from 2017 to 2021. Allocations to non-traditional investments increased from 20.4 percent in 2017 to 31.8 percent in 2021, according to the survey.Respondents made these changes largely by shifting …

The Big Allocation Move for Institutions in 2021: No Move at All

The Big Allocation Move for Institutions in 2021: No Move at All

After navigating a decade with interest rates at or near historic lows, institutional investors are coming to grips with a key risk that’s been amped up by 2020’s pandemic economy: negative interest rates.Decision makers participating in the Natixis 2021 Institutional Outlook Survey1 see negative rates as their top portfolio risk. They’re also worried about market volatility, and faced with uncertain prospects they have gone so far as to reduce return assumptions by an average of 60 basis points.Even as they face these significant challenges, a majority of institutional investors plan to make no change to their asset allocation strategy in …