Endowment-style investing is as relevant as ever

Thomas Weber  |  LGT Capital Partners  |  17 May 2022  |  0.25 CE

With stock market valuations close to record highs, and interest rates beginning to rise from all-time lows, traditional portfolios are likely to disappoint in the years ahead. In contrast, endowment-style models - which include significant allocations to non-traditional strategies including private equity and debt, liquid alternatives, and real assets - offer an attractive combination of growth and low volatility. By allocating to high-performing external fund managers, such an approach can be implemented efficiently and cost-effectively.

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