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Free factsheet: Investing in private equity

Historically, private equity has been the preserve of institutional investors or the ultra-wealthy. But this is changing. Today, new investment structures are removing some of these barriers, making private equity accessible to experienced private investors with minimum investments of as low as £25,000. 

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Historically, private equity has been the preserve of institutional investors or the ultra-wealthy. Minimum investments are prohibitively high and fund structure complex. What’s frustrating is much of the corporate world’s growth, innovation – and returns – are happening outside the stock market. And private investors have so far been missing out. 

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  • What is private equity? 
  • What is its appeal? 
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  • How has it fared in downturns? 
  • What are the main risks? 
  • Who might be eligible to invest?

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Please note: investing in private equity is for very experienced or professional investors only – others are not eligible to apply. Private equity is one of the least liquid assets and your capital is at risk. You should not invest money you cannot afford to lose. This free factsheet is not advice or a personal recommendation, it simply explains the main facts, so you can decide for yourself.

Free factsheet: Investing in private equity

Historically, private equity has been the preserve of institutional investors or the ultra-wealthy. Minimum investments are prohibitively high and fund structure complex. What’s frustrating is much of the corporate world’s growth, innovation – and returns – are happening outside the stock market. And private investors have so far been missing out. 

But this is changing. Today, new investment structures are removing some of these barriers, making private equity accessible to experienced private investors, usually alongside leading global institutions, with minimum investments of as low as £25,000. 

Fill in your details to download this free factsheet

This factsheet gives a concise overview, answering questions including:

  • What is private equity? 
  • What is its appeal? 
  • How has private equity historically performed? (not a guarantee of future performance)
  • How has it fared in downturns? 
  • What are the main risks? 
  • Who might be eligible to invest?

Why not download your free factsheet now?

Please note: investing in private equity is for very experienced or professional investors only – others are not eligible to apply. Private equity is one of the least liquid assets and your capital is at risk. You should not invest money you cannot afford to lose. This free factsheet is not advice or a personal recommendation, it simply explains the main facts, so you can decide for yourself.