An introduction to Private Markets

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Private market assets refer broadly to investments that are not traded on public exchanges. Private market investments include, for example, investments in privately held companies at any stage of development, private loans, real estate, infrastructure, and other real assets. Private market investments can help diversify portfolios by providing alternative sources of return not available in the public markets. Investors have a variety of private market strategies to choose from, from private equity to private debt to private real estate and infrastructure investments.

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