Asia seen to drive global alternative AUM growth, says Preqin

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Global alternative assets under management (AUM) across all alternative classes is expected to grow 9.8 per cent through to 2025, and the bulk of the growth in private markets is expected to take place in Asia Pacific, according to market research firm Preqin.

In its latest forecast, Preqin expects global AUM in alternatives to increase by 60 per cent at the end of 2025, outpacing the global GDP and inflation. Private equity already the largest asset class with $4.42 trillion in AUM, is expected to more than double over the next five years.

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