Deep Dive: Volatility presents opportunities in private equity

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Nick Wood of Quilter Cheviot
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Nick Wood of Quilter Cheviot

Nick Wood, head of fund research at Quilter Cheviot, dives into private markets

Much has been made of the recent shift from growth to value as markets grapple with the prospects of prolonged elevated inflation and rising interest rates.  This has caused the racier parts of the market to struggle year to date, and this is having knock-on effects in the private equity space.  Private equity has done very well in recent years as more and more companies choose to stay private for longer. This has allowed private equity managers the opportunity to capture large gains in an environment where there was a thirst for growth companies. Trust supporting under-represented...

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