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Private assets remain largely confined to institutions and ultra-high-net worth investors. Alternative fund managers probably assumed they would have time to figure out how to serve individual investors once all the pieces fell into place. Accommodating both the operational complexity and heightened regulatory demands that come with mass distribution. And most wealth managers and private banks, prior to this year, had yet to experience the kind of demand from their own clients to really force the issue. All of this is changing.
When fund managers finally do solve for individual investors, they’ll be able to tap into a far more agile distribution model that allows them to maximise the value of their investment resources and brands. Wealth managers and private banks, meanwhile, will gain a comprehensive toolkit to serve rapidly changing client needs in an era in which the 60/40 portfolio is neither appropriate nor adequate. And individual investors, long on the outside looking in, will be able to access sophisticated strategies and portfolio management capabilities that have previously only been available to institutions able to write seven- or eightfigure checks.
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