The illiquid funds are claimed in times of coronavirus

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In recent times, illiquid or closed funds have gained more weight in client portfolios, especially in private banking. A vehicle with a long-term horizon whose main difference with the rest of the funds available in the market is the absence of a daily net asset value that measures its profitability day by day.

For Alejandro Sarrate, founding partner of MCH Investment Strategies, this situation is a clear advantage for several reasons.