State Street reported this week that 59% of institutional investors globally intend to raise their allocations to private equity over the next five years.
However, they insist on more transparency from managers, and 28% said that if they do not get it, they will cut back on their investments.
State Street’s findings were based on a poll conducted in December of 118 institutional investors.
Private equity assets hit a new high of $2.4 trillion in June, according to State Street.
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Seventy percent of investors surveyed demanded increased levels of transparency from private equity managers on the performance of the underlying assets in each portfolio.
Forty-six percent wanted greater read-through on risk exposures, 32% on net asset values and 23% on fund cash flows.