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  • Author(s) Thomas Meyer / Peter Cornelius / Christian Diller / Didier Guennoc
  • SubtitleRisk management for portfolios of limited partnership funds
  • Edition1
  • Published10th May 2013
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781119952428

Risk management for portfolios of limited partnership funds

Arms investors with powerful new tools for measuring and
managing the risks associated with the various illiquid asset
classes

With risk-free interest rates and risk premiums at record lows,
many investors are turning to illiquid assets, such as real estate,
private equity, infrastructure and timber, in search of superior
returns and greater portfolio diversity. But as many analysts,
investors and wealth managers are discovering, such investments
bring with them a unique set of risks that cannot be measured by
standard asset allocation models. Written by a dream team of
globally renowned experts in the field, this book provides a clear,
accessible overview of illiquid fund investments, focusing on what
the main risks of these asset classes are and how to measure those
risks in today's regulatory environment.



  • Provides solutions for institutional investors in need of
    guidance in today's regulatory environment

  • Offers detailed descriptions of risk measurement in illiquid
    asset classes, illustrated with real life case studies

  • Helps you to develop reliable risk management tools while
    complying with the regulations designed to contain the individual
    and systemic risks arising from illiquid investments

  • Features real-life case studies that capture an array of risk
    management scenarios you are likely to encounter

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  • Author(s) Thomas Meyer / Peter Cornelius / Christian Diller / Didier Guennoc
  • SubtitleRisk management for portfolios of limited partnership funds
  • Edition1
  • Published10th May 2013
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781119952428

Risk management for portfolios of limited partnership funds

Arms investors with powerful new tools for measuring and
managing the risks associated with the various illiquid asset
classes

With risk-free interest rates and risk premiums at record lows,
many investors are turning to illiquid assets, such as real estate,
private equity, infrastructure and timber, in search of superior
returns and greater portfolio diversity. But as many analysts,
investors and wealth managers are discovering, such investments
bring with them a unique set of risks that cannot be measured by
standard asset allocation models. Written by a dream team of
globally renowned experts in the field, this book provides a clear,
accessible overview of illiquid fund investments, focusing on what
the main risks of these asset classes are and how to measure those
risks in today's regulatory environment.



  • Provides solutions for institutional investors in need of
    guidance in today's regulatory environment

  • Offers detailed descriptions of risk measurement in illiquid
    asset classes, illustrated with real life case studies

  • Helps you to develop reliable risk management tools while
    complying with the regulations designed to contain the individual
    and systemic risks arising from illiquid investments

  • Features real-life case studies that capture an array of risk
    management scenarios you are likely to encounter

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