Upwelling released an in-depth research report which examines the performance of private equity funds operating beyond 10 years (“Tail-End Funds”). The report details key findings, such as:

• On average, Tail-End Funds lose value, regardless of quartile ranking
• The opportunity cost of holding Tail-End Funds is enormous
• Stellar returns aren’t required to compensate for selling at a double-digit discount

The report aims to provide tools to private equity investors to better evaluate the decision of whether to hold or sell non-core investments.

To read the full report, click on the following link: Tail End Research Report – 2019 – Upwelling Capital Group