Alternative asset returns
CEOs, CIOs and strategists from J.P. Morgan’s $200+ billion Global Alternatives platform provided a 12- to 18-month perspective on the trends influencing markets.
Secondary transactions and co-investments are creating more potential to diversify alternatives portfolios.
Opportunities are evolving in a challenging market environment
Private equity markets have historically been only available to institutional and high-net-worth investors, but are now accessible through 40-Act tender funds.
Private equity can play a critical role in diversified portfolios, enhancing returns and reducing volatility.
As the net-zero deadline approaches, funding adaptation technology to ensure a just transition may protect lives—and livelihoods
We see a significant market for highly effective weight loss drugs that appear destined to transform the medical treatment of obesity.
Market tailwinds are driving development of an exciting new class of oncology drugs: antibody drug conjugates, which are specifically engineered to tackle difficult-to-treat cancers.
Core Transportation investing generates steady and resilient returns through economic and geopolitical disruption.
An overview of infrastructure investments, what they are and why a client may want to consider an investment in a private infrastructure fund.
In a period of economic uncertainty and rising interest rates, the U.S. real estate market still shows signs of fundamental strength.
Despite the current market turmoil, there is an opportunity to purchase high-quality assets at temporarily reduced pricing. However, the timing of the move back to lower real estate yields is difficult to forecast.
Over the past six years, cross-border investment into Japan multi-family has consistently grown and now exceeds 20% of net investment inflows to the sector.
Our research illustrates that an allocation to private core real estate delivered potential benefits to DC plan performance during periods of market drawdowns. These benefits are especially relevant given the risk of a U.S. recession and the potential for value erosion in retirement portfolios.