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Reframing FinanceNew Models of Long-Term Investment Management$
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Ashby Monk, Rajiv Sharma, and Duncan L. Sinclair

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9781503601789

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: January 2018

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9781503601789.001.0001

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New Vehicles to Drive the Collaborative Model

New Vehicles to Drive the Collaborative Model

(p.78) 4 New Vehicles to Drive the Collaborative Model
Reframing Finance

Ashby Monk

Rajiv Sharma

Duncan L. Sinclair

Stanford University Press

Chapter 4 presents actual case study examples of the vehicles that have been set up and represent the collaborative model. Whereas earlier chapters provided the theoretical explanation and validation for the collaborative model, Chapter 4 provides detailed explanations of eight investor-led co-investment platforms, joint ventures, and platform companies. The vehicles illustrated represent innovative ways for institutional investors to pool capital together to invest around the world into long-term assets such as infrastructure, agriculture, and real estate. The case studies are designed to outline how they came about and what the challenges were in their setup. The chapter is supplemented with a database that identifies over a hundred collaborative investment vehicles that have been set up mostly in the last few years. This chapter will help provide key lessons on strategy, governance, and structural issues as more of these vehicles are setup in the future.

Keywords:   co-investment, private markets, case studies, long-term investment, platform companies, infrastructure investment, agriculture, real estate, joint venture

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