The closed-end interval fund framework enables investors to access and own potentially highly profitable non-public and illiquid businesses previously only available to institutional investors. Closed-end funds continuously offer new shares for sale but may buy back existing shares only during specific periods.
Late-stage venture capital investing has transformed from a few companies defying private company norms to a diverse universe where hundreds of highly valued companies have created their own market. How can investors participate today?
Robinson Opportunistic Income Fund’s Portfolio Manger, Jonathan Browne, discusses what Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) are and how they may be beneficial to investors. He also discusses the differences between Pre and Post-Merger SPACs and how they could fit into an investors portfolio.
SPACs are companies formed to raise capital in an initial public offering (“IPO”) with the purpose of using the proceeds to acquire an unspecified private business. SPACs are a potentially compelling alternative to complement a fixed income portfolio with potential downside mitigation and capital appreciation opportunities.
The Private Shares Fund, advised by Liberty Street Advisors, invests in late-stage innovation-driven private equity companies that have the potential to not only disrupt the market but may also improve the productivity in our daily lives. The Fund is a closed-end interval fund that offers individuals, family offices, and institutions an efficient way to invest in private businesses.
Christian Munafo, CIO of Liberty Street Advisors, Inc. and Portfolio Manager of the Private Shares Fund, discusses recent GAM partnership and his views to Hubbis on the drive to democratize private markets access. Liberty Street aims to...
Garrett Tripp, CFA, Senior Portfolio Manager of the Braddock Multi-Strategy Income Fund, discusses in the video above the current housing market and where he anticipates home prices going forward in 2022....