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Allocations to alternative investments to increase, ESG a factor: Eaton Partners

A survey of institutional investors by Eaton Partners found that almost two-thirds intend to increase their allocations to alternative asset classes and private capital markets, with 9% of respondents targeting non-correlated assets specifically, while ESG is also seen as an important factor for future investment flows.

“As the world navigates new challenges related to the ongoing pandemic, inflationary pressures, supply chain disruption, and market volatility, LPs remain confident in the ability of private capital markets to weather these storms,” explained Jeff Eaton, Global Co-Head and Managing Director at Eaton Partners.

The survey found that institutional investors continue to have a constructive outlook on private capital markets and alternative investments, set against a backdrop of rising inflation, potentially higher interest rates, and with increased scrutiny on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues also a factor.


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