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- Integrating private assets into traditional portfolios
- Fund structures and investor eligibility issues
- Performance and impact on the efficient frontier
- Private markets portfolio construction
- Reg BI, due diligence, and compliance considerations
- Real assets and infrastructure
- Secondaries and co-investments
- Private credit
- Private equity: Buyouts, growth, venture, and more
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For educational purposes only.
For financial professional use only. Not for use with the public.
Nothing presented should be construed as a recommendation to purchase or sell any security or follow any investment technique or strategy.
Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal.
Past performance does not guarantee future results.
This site contains information and data from third-party sources. Macquarie Investment Management (MIM) gives no representations or warranties as to the accuracy of such information and accepts no responsibility or liability (including for indirect, consequential or incidental damages) for any error, omission or inaccuracy in such information and for results obtained from its use.
Narrowly focused investments may exhibit higher volatility than investments in multiple industry sectors. REIT investments are subject to many of the risks associated with direct real estate ownership, including changes in economic conditions, credit risk, and interest rate fluctuations.
Diversification neither guarantees a gain nor protects against a loss.
Investors must have the financial ability, sophistication/experience, and willingness to bear the risks of an investment in private market securities. Such securities may be available only to qualified, sophisticated investors, may have liquidity constraints, and may not be suitable for all investors.
Private market investments may entail a high degree of risk and investment results may vary substantially on a monthly, quarterly, or annual basis. Among many risk factors, some are particularly notable. These include, without limitation, the general economic environment, the health of the housing market, employment levels, the availability of financing, the quality of servicing the assets backing the securities, the seniority and credit enhancement levels for structured securities, government actions or initiatives, and the impact of legal and regulatory developments. Additionally, private market strategies may represent speculative investments and an investor could lose all or a substantial portion of his/her investment.
There can be no guarantee that the Nasdaq Private Market auction process will function as intended or that there will be sufficient investor demand to support regular monthly auctions. Even if the Nasdaq Private Market auction process is operationally functional, investors may be unable to execute sell orders at the price they desire or at any price at all. It is likely that the clearing price at auction may be less than a fund’s most recently calculated NAV, and depending on buy side interest in a particular auction, the price could be substantially below NAV.
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