Public capital – stocks, bonds, preferred shares – gets the headlines, but the private capital market is larger, employs more people, helps to drive the economy, and arguably provides investors with safer, less volatile returns from “real” assets such as real estate, infrastructure, renewables, private equity and venture capital.

But isn’t that the exclusive domain of pension funds, endowments, and high-net worth individuals? Incorrect. Increasingly, retail investors can get access to private capital investments.

For insight on private capital we turn to a real pro in real assets.

Martha Tredgett has more than 25 years experience in the investment business including time with JP Morgan, and at UBS, and Credit Suisse First Boston, in London, Paris, and New York.

She’s Managing Partner, Private Capital Advisory at Brookfield-owned Sera Global.


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