Highmore’s core area of expertise is alternative investments. Our approach leverages three key elements of differentiation: a focus on investments in the growth stage of their business life-cycle, an integration of behavioral analytics, and the application of scientific process
A Focus on The Most Dynamic Area of Investing: Alternative Investments
Alternative investments cover the broadest range of investments in the investment universe, and are often misunderstood as being an asset class.
Alternative investments refer to the varying structures of an investment such as hedge funds, real assets, private credit, or private equity, and cover all asset classes such as cash, equities, and fixed income.
Alternative investments cover both public (e.g. stocks or bonds), and private market (e.g. private equity) investments.
Allocations towards alternative investments have consistently grown over the past decade, as they may offer potential benefits to long-term investment performance when included in a broad investment portfolio.