January 31, 2023
While the S&P 500 plummeted in the first three quarters of 2022, a handful of private markets strategies surprised investors with their resilience. Asset classes like secondaries and real estate buoyed overall private capital returns through Q2 2022 while PE and VC headed into negative territory.
While no one likes poor performance, some investors struggling with the denominator effect may be letting out a sigh of relief as the private markets finally start to realign with public market performance.
Our latest Global Fund Performance Report uses data through Q2 2022, as well as some preliminary Q3 figures, to provide a comprehensive look at how private market strategies have held up across PE, VC, real estate, real assets, private debt, funds of funds and secondaries.
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