PE to outperform in 2022 and most of you will miss out

Martin Cox  |  Milford Asset Management  |  23 February 2022  |  0.50 CE

Rising inflation, the end of a 30-year interest rate super cycle, quantitative tightening, and continued uncertainty around Covid make for turbulent times ahead. Private Equity (PE) has historically outperformed listed indices, and current macro settings will provide a further wedge of alpha for PE’s active hands-on approach. Although traditional barriers to participation in PE are fading, PE remains on the bench for many individual investors. With an end to easy value creation and challenging conditions ahead, don’t miss out on PE outperformance in 2022.


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