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Meketa Sets Up an Infrastructure Fund Targeting Ordinary Investors

edited February 9 in Other Investing
Different twist. This one’s for “ordinary” rather than “regular” investors - :)

“In the past several years, private-equity firms have begun to raise large amounts of money from retail investors, a group that most alternative-asset managers had typically neglected. Private funds are generally open to people with at least $1 million to invest or an annual salary of $200,000 or more …


Here’s a YAHOO link / story if you don’t have a WSJ subscription.


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