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Published: 28 November 2014

Direct Investing by Institutional Investors

Direct Investing by Institutional Investors: Implications for Investors and Policy-Makers examines the trend towards direct investing in illiquid assets by asset owners, such as pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, endowments, family offices and insurers. It explores the motivations for and constraints around direct investing, the outlook for it going forward and what it means for asset owners, asset managers and policy-makers.

Direct Investing by Institutional Investors: Implications for Investors and Policy-Makers examines the trend towards direct investing in illiquid assets by asset owners, such as pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, endowments, family offices and insurers. It explores the motivations for and constraints around direct investing, the outlook for it going forward and what it means for asset owners, asset managers and policy-makers.

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