Institutional Investors Remain Confident About Raising Funds From Alternative Assets Despite Current Market Conditions – Financial Services


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A new study* from the diversified financial services group Ocorian shows that institutional investors are increasingly confident in the fundraising plans of alternative asset managers, real estate managers, renewable energy and private equity. investment to be the most requested.

Research from the leading fund administration provider found that nearly two in three US and UK institutional investors (64%) focused on alternatives are “very confident” about fundraising plans for alternatives over the past few years. next 18 months.

35% of investors focusing on real estate, private debt and infrastructure surveyed by Ocorian are “quite confident” about fundraising by alternative asset fund managers, with just 1% saying they are worried.

Institutional investors ranked the strong performance of alternatives in recent volatile markets and regulatory improvements as the top two reasons for institutional investor demand. The role of alternatives in portfolio diversification has been identified as the third major reason for the increase in demand ahead of the growth in the number of funds and innovation in the sector.

Real estate, renewable energy and private equity were ranked as the top three asset classes likely to see the greatest demand from pension funds and other institutional investors over the next three years of growth. the study. Commodities were ranked the least likely behind crypto/digital assets.





















ASSET CLASS

RANKING

Immovable

1

Renewable energy

2

Capital investment

3

Hedge funds

4

Capital risk

5

Private debt

6

Infrastructure

seven

Cryptographic/Digital Assets

8

Goods

9

Gerry Warwick, Head of UK & Ireland Fund Services at Ocorian, said: “Confidence in the ability of alternative asset fund managers to raise funds despite current market conditions is high, near two-thirds of institutions being very confident in their capacity. This is a reflection of the strong recent performance of certain asset classes and their growing acceptance by pension funds.”

Ocorian will publish the findings of the report on October 13, 2022, to subscribe to this free report, click here.

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