Sep 10, 2019

Allocations to alternative assets continue to grow, with a recent Preqin report estimating that alternative investments will reach USD 14 trillion worldwide by 2023. These assets often deliver higher returns compared to public assets and they can help to manage downside risk, but as more investors increase their allocations to private equity and real estate, other firms are looking to new areas to invest. In this paper, Cutter Associates discusses two types of investments: infrastructure, including Public-Private Partnerships (P3) investment in the United States, and music royalty rights.

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