Across some asset classes, activity has rebounded significantly, while others are still suffering hangover effects post the pandemic. Which asset classes are looking like the winners in the short term?

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  • Fundraising was strong in 2021, but was not evenly distributed among asset classes
  • Investors are appearing to favour higher growth regions, looking for sources of future returns
  • But there are threats to the outlook – inflation is beginning to worry investors
  • Some asset classes appear stronger than others, and future growth will not be linear in nature
  • ESG is emerging as a more important consideration for investors – How robust will they be in their decision-making process?

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Private Capital Markets – Further Progress Post the Pandemic



  • Dave Lowery

    Head of Research Insights

    Dave Lowery has worked in a variety of roles within the finance industry in a career spanning more than 20 years. Dave gained experience as a multi-asset portfolio manager for UHNW private clients, as well as insurance companies and pension funds. He also worked as an equity analyst on both the buy-side and sell-side, has managed real estate portfolios and has covered geographies around the world, often appearing on CNBC Squawk Box and Bloomberg TV. More recently, Dave has worked for HM Treasury in its Infrastructure UK division, led Asia Pacific and alternative real estate research at AXA IM – Real Assets and set up a Strategy Research function at NTT Global Data Centers, the world’s third largest data centre operator.



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