The Good, Bad and Ugly: Building a Successful Private Investment Program

In a low expected return environment, investors look towards the high potential return premia associated with private investment programs to help meet their objectives. But in order to build a successful private investment program, investors need to not only focus on the “good” long-term expected return of these investments, but also prepare for the potentially “bad” initial drag on results and the corresponding “ugly” line items that may occur early in the process.
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