November 11, 2021 2:00 AM

Private market fundamentals

In this webinar, we will give you a thorough review of private market investing.
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Jacqueline van den Ende
Co-Founder & CEO
Wiebe Visser
Managing Director

Private market fundamentals

In this webinar, we will give you a thorough review of private market investing.

Carbon Equity presents our Private Market Fundamentals webinar, hosted by in-house private market investment experts, CEO Jacqueline van den Ende and Investment Advisor Wiebe Visser.

In this webinar, we will give you a thorough review of private market investing. Starting with the basics: the lifecycle of a company and the spectrum of capital that funds companies. Moving on, we will explain the differences between private and public markets investing, and what makes private markets particularly interesting ⚡️. Then, we will get into the nitty-gritty of a fund’s inner workings: think about LPs, GPs, closed-end vs. open-end, fund life, and much more! And, because we are talking about investing after all 💸, we will dive into fund economics: how are GPs compensated? when can you expect returns and how can you measure them?

Of course, after you understand fund basics, we will not throw you into the wilderness of private market funds without some fund assessment skills 🔍. Therefore, we will explain what we think makes a great fund, as well as what the key risks within private market funds are and how to mitigate them. We will also discuss portfolio construction: how can you build a well-diversified portfolio for yourself, considering your wealth level.

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