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Co-Investing and hedge fund secondaries boom with Morgan Stanley raising $516m for new fund

Tuesday, August 07, 2018

Matthias Knab, Opalesque:

Morgan Stanley Alternative Investment Partners (AIP), an investment team within Morgan Stanley Investment Management, has closed the unit's latest investment fund, the Riverview Strategic Opportunities Fund III ("SOF III" or the "Fund") with over $500 million in commitments. The fundraise saw robust interest from both institutional and high net worth investors with the raise being completed within a few weeks. The Fund is an opportunistic hedge fund solution focused on hedge fund secondaries and co-investments.

"We are pleased investors continue to see promise in our fund's differentiated approach as hedge funds look to alleviate the constraints they face in the market and seek opportunities in the liquidity gap between traditional hedge fund and private equity investments," said Mark van der Zwan, Chief Investment Officer and Head of AIP Hedge Funds Team. "Our experienced team is well positioned to deliver consistency in expertise and execution. We are confident that the Fund will benefit from access to AIP's strong global network of hedge fund relationships, deep proprietary research and rigorous due diligence process."

The Fund is AIP's third vintage of the Strategic Opportunities series. Consistent with SOF I and SOF II, SOF III aims to solve recent liquidity pressure on hedge funds by purchasing hedge fund secondaries and pursuing co-investment partnerships with managers on medium-term investments.

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