Investor Intelligence: Unlocking Returns?

Less liquid, higher risk co-investment opportunities require nuanced investor evaluation, so managers should be prepared to answer difficult questions, says Andrew Ross.
 
Over the past several years, the use of co-investments by investors as a means to enhance returns has evolved. While co-investments were once seen as a high risk/high reward, one-off venture used by aggressive investors and offered by similarly aggressive hedge funds, co-investing is now close to becoming a hedge…Read Full Article at HFM Investor Relations (February 6, 2017)