The administrative and cost burden setting up “commitment and call” type closed-ended alternatives funds for non-professional investors were once prohibitive. But by utilizing distributors such as private banks and intermediary platforms and innovative structuring, the ELTIF is finally finding ways to make private markets available to a broader market. As interest rates remain low, the prospect of being able to bring private-market return profiles to a broader range of investors is attracting significant interest. In the video below, we explore this exciting development in more detail.
Why ELTIFs are Seeing Growth, Growth, & More Growth
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