Partners Group is a leading global private markets firm. Since 1996, we have invested over USD 200 billion in private equity, private debt, private real estate, and private infrastructure on behalf of our clients globally. We seek to generate strong returns through capitalizing on thematic growth trends and transforming attractive businesses and assets into market leaders. We are a committed, responsible investor and aim to create sustainable returns with lasting, positive impact for all our stakeholders.
Partners Group Chairman Steffen Meister at IPEM, Paris
Steffen Meister, the Executive Chairman of our Board, was a keynote speaker at IPEM in Paris. In his speech, Steffen explained that private markets have become the new traditional asset class and outlined his key predictions for the industry's future. This includes how the democratization of private markets is leading to new entrants, which could change the investor landscape; why transformational investing can build resilience during the biggest economic recalibration ever; and what the increased scale of private markets means for allocation strategies.
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Private Markets Outlook
Navigating the "higher-for-longer" environment
Partners Group presents a summary of the views discussed during our Private Markets Outlook Webinar in the new paper Navigating the "higher-for-longer" environment, which includes our outlook for the economy and our views on each of our four asset classes. In the paper, we argue that markets are still grappling with the dynamics of the new macro regime as the "higher-for-longer" interest rates scenario is here to stay. Technological advances such as artificial intelligence (AI) should help counteract some structural headwinds, but tepid growth and higher inflation will prevail over the short- to medium-term. Still, we expect compelling investment opportunities to emerge.