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The Difference between Private Equity & Venture Capital

While both PE and VC funds make investments primarily in private companies, the types of businesses in which they invest, how they invest, the level of risk involved, and the value creation methods they bring to bear are meaningfully different.
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Featured Insights

Can Infrastructure Investments Protect Portfolios?

Given the large and diverse addressable infrastructure opportunity, the maturity of the market cycle, and continuing low risk-adjusted yields in traditional fixed income, illiquid assets such as infrastructure investments that can deliver stable, inflation-hedged cashflow as well as diversification and downside protection are becoming increasingly interesting.
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Featured Research

Findings from the 2017 Alternatives Survey

As part of our regular survey series, we queried our investor network about their use of alternatives, including current allocations, preferred structures, and top investment strategies of interest.
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Should you be worried about private equity dry powder?

Should you be worried about private equity dry powder?

Posted on Sep 19 2017 by Caroline Rasmussen

It would be overly simplistic in our view to consider headline dry powder numbers in isolation and conclude that private equity as an asset class should be avoided.   |   Read More

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Manager Selection Tips

Picking the right manager is critical to generating strong returns within a private equity portfolio. It's well-known that there is significant dispersion in performance between the best and worst performing private equity managers. Thus, manager selection is crucial when building out your private equity portfolio. Learn tips from Performance Equity's Frank Brenninkmeyer about how to evaluate a manager and understand if they will be a top performer.