We provide findings from our survey of 157 single-family offices about their use of private equity funds, hedge funds, and direct private company investments, including recent allocation changes, future plans and differences in behavior across first generation-led family offices and those managed by second generation family members.
Second-generation SFOs have a particular propensity for direct deals, with 71% increasing their direct allocations relative to last year and 82% intending to do so in the future.
90% of SFOs increased their private equity exposure over the past year, either through funds or direct investments.
Private companies commanding valuations of over $1 billion have earned themselves a new moniker, with references to “unicorns” and even “super-unicorns” (companies with valuations above $10 billion) saturating the investment press in recent years....
We surveyed our investor network about their direct investment programs, including number and average size of deals completed, preferred types of direct deals, and interest in direct private real estate transactions.
We provide findings from our survey of over 400 advisory professionals about their use of private equity over the past five years, including preferred methods of investing, client assets invested, ways of sourcing new opportunities, perspectives on client demand and perceived obstacles.
This infographic summarizes key statistics from our survey of over 400 independent RIAs on their use of private equity.
We provide findings from our survey of 162 single-family offices about their investments in private equity over the past two years, including allocations, preferred ways of accessing the asset class, performance results and future plans for their private equity programs.
This infographic summarizes findings from our comprehensive report on single-family offices’ use of private equity, including current allocations, performance and future plans.