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Digital Subscriptions > The Hedge Fund Journal > Issue 142 – Aug 2019 > Co-Investments Go Mainstream

Co-Investments Go Mainstream

Thoughts from the co-head of SRZ’s leading investment management group

Co-investments may have been conceived by the private equity industry, but they are now moving into the mainstream of the hedge fund industry. As many as 68% of hedge fund allocators with AUM above $5bn are now allocating to coinvestments, according to the Credit Suisse Hedge Fund Investor Survey, which gathered data from more than 310 allocators running over $1.12trn. The Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA)’s latest research, “In Harmony – how hedge funds and investors continue to strike the right note in aligning their interests” (carried out with RSM), which interviewed 440 hedge fund managers running $440bn globally, also highlights a strongly increased interest in co-investments, partly in the context of growing customisation.

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