Sovereign Funds Allocate More Assets To Alternatives
Sovereign investors have been allocating more of their funds to alternatives and away from core asset classes to improve returns in a challenging investment environment, but they are also moving toward in-house and co-investment opportunities. Together, these two trends give portfolio managers the chance to increase volumes, but possibly at the expense of margins, explain Nick Tolchard and Desmond Ng, co-chairs of Invesco Ltd. (NYSE:IVZ)’s Global Sovereign Group in a recent study.
Structural factors for sovereign investors
“There are both temporary and structural factors . . .
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