WEBCASTS

What Private Market Allocations Can Do For Portfolios Today

Most investors are familiar with publicly traded companies, which represent just a fraction of the total investment universe. The most sophisticated institutions maintain exposure to the private markets. How can advisors get in on the action? In this upcoming LiveCast, Conversus and ETF Trends will describe how an allocation to the private markets can enhance returns, lower volatility, and optimize diversification. 

August 3, 2021
9:30a PT | 12:30p ET
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SUMMARY

Topics we're sure to cover in this half hour LiveCast include:  

  • Opportunity in the private markets
  • Why many investors are underweight this sector
  • How financial advisors can integrate private market exposure into their portfolios

SPEAKERS

Neil Menard

President of Distribution
Conversus

Michael Elio

Partner
StepStone Group

Tom Lydon

CEO
ETF Trends

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Important Disclosures

FOR FINANCIAL PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY

Securities in private markets lack the daily price transparency available in public markets.

Before investing you should carefully consider the Fund’s investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. This and other information is in the prospectus, a copy of which may be obtained from Conversus StepStone Private Markets at 704.215.4300. An investor should read the prospectus carefully before investing (link to prospectus). Investors should also review the material available on www.conversus.com with respect to Conversus StepStone Private Markets.

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