Interest in co-investment opportunities has increased substantially over the last couple of years. In tune with client needs, Andrea Auerbach and her team at Cambridge Associates started finding co-investment opportunities for clients. In 2014, the firm decided to create a formal initiative around co-investing.

“Co-investment was becoming more mainstream—a part of a regular balanced investment diet—so we made the decision to start an entire practice rather than continue to look at opportunities on an ad-hoc basis. We are much more programmatic about it today,” says Auerbach.

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