Partners Group launches two open-ended private markets funds for individual investors

Impact and infrastructure strategies

Valeria Martinez
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Partners Group has expanded its open-ended evergreen funds line-up with two private markets strategies for the wealth market.

The newly launched Partners Group Next Generation Infrastructure and LIFE funds will be available to individual investors exclusively through the firm's network of distribution partners across markets in Europe and Asia.  Individual investors will be able to access the strategies with an investment starting as low as $10,000 and will invest in the same investments as institutional investors through the firm's pro rata allocation policy.  Hamilton Lane: Semi-liquid private markets funds lower access barriers for retail investors Next Generation Infrastructure invests in a portfolio ...

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