Seward & Kissel’s 2022 Alternative Investment Allocator Survey captured investor interest in digital assets and co-investments, including special purpose vehicles.
A total of 41% of participants anticipated that their firms would increase allocations to digital assets in 2022, more than triple the number from last year’s survey. Survey participants span high-net-worth individuals/family offices (33%); funds of funds (27%); and endowments, foundations and non-profits (10%), investment consultants (10%) and seeders (10%).
“While the increase in interest year-over-year by investors for digital assets is dramatic, as outlined in . . .
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