Perpetual capital is a growing business for publicly traded PE firms

Large public private equity companies have made a push into "perpetual capital" in the past five years through both organic growth and acquisitions.

In our analysis of five of the largest publicly traded firms, Alternatives Watch Research found perpetual assets accounting for between 29% to over 60% of assets. 

Insurance assets make up the majority of this growing business thanks to aging demographics, but the sizable benefit for large private equity firms is access to more permanent capital that can be invested for durations much longer than the typical five-year fund . . .

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Tim Everett

Tim Everett is a CFA has over 20 years investment experience at well-known mutual funds and hedge funds with an expertise in investor relations and business development. Previously, he was an institutional portfolio manager at K2 Advisors, a $10 billion fund of hedge funds owned by Franklin Templeton. During his tenure at K2 Advisors, Tim met regularly with bank financial advisors, high-net-worth clients and family offices in the U.S., London and Latin America.

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