Fund structures differ depending on the liquidity and maturity characteristics of the asset class they invest in. Most commonly recognised and used are the classic (i) private equity closedend fund structures which are used to house illiquid equity, and the (ii) open-ended or evergreen hedge fund structures to hold public bonds/public equity.
Author: ADM Capital
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