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The Cost of Being Too Liquid

May 01, 2023 | Franklin Templeton

There's a potential illiquidity premium - the excess return received for tying up capital for an extended period of time - for allocating capital to private equity, private credit and private real estate markets that have historically delivered a substantial illiquidity premium relative to their public market equivalents.

Learn how you can help clients determine the appropriate percentage to allocate to private markets by developing an "illiquidity bucket" that can also help instill a long-term disciplined approach to investing.

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