Private Capital Set To Double

Private capital invested is set to double by 2027, while retail interest in alternatives is predicted to fuel the next wave of industry growth, says Preqin’s ‘Future of Alternatives 2027’ report. Despite a challenging macroeconomic outlook, demand for private capital continues to show resilience, with total global assets under management (AuM) expected to almost double to $18.3 trillion by the end of 2027 from $9.3 trillion at the end of 2021. While the compound annual growth rate is expected to slow compared to recent years (to 11.9 per cent annually between 2021-2027 from 14.9 per cent between 2015 and 2021), investor demand remains strong as investors continue to seek alternative sources of returns in an uncertain economic environment.

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