Equicapita Income Trust and Income LP (“Equicapita”) are pleased to release it research on using SME PE as part of an efficient portfolio (SME Portfolio Allocations). A review of the Canadian SME market over the last 35 years reveals: an exposure to SME investments would have improved the financial performance of model portfolios; a realized volatility that was lower than stocks; a realized return that was greater than bonds; and a low correlation to traditional financial asset returns. Equicapita also believes that domestic institutional investors are under-invested relative to efficient frontier analysis. For a medium risk portfolio represented by real estate/bonds/equity holdings of 20/40/40 weighting, SME investment exposure enhanced financial performance and a material allocation is supportable.
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About Equicapita: Founded in 2013, Equicapita is a private company buyout fund based in Calgary, Alberta and Burlington, Ontario with ~ $300 million in AUM focused on acquiring Canadian businesses with enterprise values ranging from $5 million to $30+ million.
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