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Mensuel de mars 2023 - Fonds d’investissement

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Continuation funds: An opportunity to hold on a little longer
By Catherine POGORZELSKI, Partner and Sarah NOVILLE, Associate, DLA Piper Luxembourg   Historically perceived as a way to handle under-performing assets, continuation funds are now presented as a way to counter adverse market conditions. They allow investors to hold onto a portfolio of assets after the original fund has reached its term, allowing the fund manager to continue managing a known portfolio of investments that may not have reached its full or targeted value. In a post-pandemic, inflationary environment, it's no surprise real asset fund managers are considering this route.   There are many reasons for transitioning a portfolio of investments into a continuation fund: - The end of life of the fund: as the original fund approaches...
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