Posts tagged with 'alternativeassets'
New Report Is Bullish on Alternatives’ FutureRead the rest of this entry »
The future of alternatives is bright, with the financial sector growing at an annual rate of almost 10% between now and 2025.
Preqin, an alternative assets data and analytics firm, predicts that in five years the sector will have $17.16 trillion in assets under management (AUM), a 60% increase from today’s $10.74 trillion.
The two biggest drivers of that growth will be private equity at a 16% compound annual growth …
Reg A+ Will Change the World of CrowdfundingLast month a milestone in the world of alternative assets occurred when the SEC's updated Regulation A+ took effect.Read the rest of this entry »
Although Reg A has been a part of securities law since the 1930s, it was rarely used. It permitted the sale of unregistered securities of no more than $5 millions in any 12-month period, and no more than $1.5 million of securities offered by security-holders of the company.
States, however, could …
A New Way of Alternative Asset InvestingThere are matching services for dating, and matching services for vacations, and for schooling, and almost anything else a person can think of, including services for bringing together wealthy investors and alternative asset managers.Read the rest of this entry »
One of the newest entrants in that last category is Venovate, a San Francisco startup that's launched Venovate Marketplace, which provides a place for less well-known and those intentionally obscure funds to be found by individuals …
Alternative Asset Funds Near $7 Trillion Thanks to Hedge Fund GrowthRead the rest of this entry »
Global alternative asset funds came within a whisker of hitting $7 trillion under management in 2014. According to the just released Prequin 2015 Global Alternatives Reports the funds grew by $690 billion last year, bringing total assets …![endif]-->!--[if>![endif]-->!--[if>![endif]-->!--[if>
Pace of Hedge Fund Hiring Is QuickeningRead the rest of this entry »
Hedge fund compensation increased in 2014, as hiring became more competitive, cutting in half the candidate evaluation time.
The 2015 Glocap Hedge Fund Compensation Report, conducted in conjunction with Hedge Fund Research, showed compensation in 2014 was up 5-10% over 2013. A Portfolio Manager at an average performing large fund saw a pay increase of about 8% to an average of $2.4 million. Analysts at similar firms saw their base …