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CAMRADATA launches a Private Markets Database to assist investors looking for greater diversification

CAMRADATA, a leading provider of data and analysis for institutional investors, has launched a Private Markets Database giving investors who are looking for more diversification in their investments access to a new private markets screen within CAMRADATA Live.

CAMRADATA Live enables asset managers to showcase their strategies and allows institutional investors and investment consultants to analyse them all in one easy place.

 Over 2,500 investors and consultants use the portal to search and analyse nearly 6,000 investment products offered by more than 700 asset managers.

Now clients can search in eight private market categories – allowing them to make more informed investment decisions. These categories include: Commodities, Infrastructure Debt, Infrastructure Equity, Natural Resources, Private Debt, Private Equity, Real Estate and Real Estate Debt.

Sean Thompson, Managing Director, CAMRADATA said, “This is an exciting time for CAMRADATA. Not only have we seen our business expand into Europe, MENA and Asia, but this year, we have also been busy developing new services to give our clients even greater value and insight. Adding private markets to CAMRADATA Live further enhances our market offering.

“Increasingly, investors are seeking alternative investments to achieve greater yield and portfolio diversification. Private markets have seen tremendous growth in recent years and we’ve launched this new facility in response to client demand and interest in these types of assets from the institutional investor.

“We encourage investors who are not currently using our online manager research platform, CAMRADATA Live, to get in touch, as it would provide them with a wealth of information at no cost.  Investors will be able to take full advantage of the range of opportunities and strategies in traditional asset classes and now private markets as well, with the confidence that they have robust, up-to-date information at their fingertips,” adds Mr Thompson.

For more information on CAMRADATA visit www.camradata.com.