The bustling market of non-traded alts funds aimed at financial advisors and their clients may soon expand beyond today’s heavy concentration on real estate and private credit, as more managers launch or craft vehicles to deliver private equity, venture capital, infrastructure and impact investing strategies. While the current slate of strategies beyond private credit and real estate is limited, others asset classes are likely to gain attention and product development focus from managers, said Jeff Strange, relationship manager at FUSE Research Network. “Managers think they have a handle on the credit and real estate asset classes, so as they build out, they would be expanding scope to new types of strategies,” he said.
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Article published on March 30, 2022