Dear Valued Member of the Moonfare Network,
Welcome to the latest edition of The Satellite, Moonfare’s regular recap highlighting the trends and stories shaping private equity.
The shift in market outlook during 2022 forced private market investors into action, with many rethinking allocations and investment priorities. Now, as we approach the end of the year, their thoughts are turning toward the future, bringing with it even more questions. With ongoing concerns surrounding factors such as inflation, growth and geopolitics, how are they approaching private markets in the medium to long term?
Over the past few months, we took the opportunity to ask an array of private market investors these questions and more in a bid to distill what they are thinking as we head into 2023. The result was two surveys; one canvassing the opinions of Moonfare’s investor community, and another gauging how global family offices are approaching private markets. From our findings, it’s clear that investors ranging from individuals to big-ticket institutions are increasing their focus on the asset class. You can read more detail from both surveys below.
Enjoy the newsletter and see you soon.
Moonfare’s 2022 Investor Survey highlights that our community has a positive outlook for private equity despite economic challenges, and with an eye for buyouts in particular. What else are they looking at in private markets for the new year?
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