Category: Private Market Challenges

CAIA Connects With iownit To Discuss Private Markets

After Rashad had his first piece published on CAIA’s blog, AllAboutAlpha, we had some broader discussions with Bill Kelly and Aaron Filbeck about the implications of the DOL decision regarding private equity investments, and the SEC’s discussion regarding the definition of an accredited investor.

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Private Equity – Going Mainstream and Arriving on Main Street

Across the globe, investors look to their public market indices to provide an indicator of potential economic growth. Stock markets provide a near-daily scoring of global economies and act as a barometer for investor sentiment. Investing in public markets is also the main tool for individuals to build wealth, save for retirement, and build financial success.

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ACCEPTING RANDOMNESS IN CAPITAL MARKETS

During my first year working on JP Morgan’s investment banking team in New York, fresh out of college, I was dazzled by Wall Street. My group’s floor was always bustling with activity. It was early 1999 and the public equity markets were hot

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