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Perhaps in anticipation of improving performance, LPs have private debt top of their priority lists.

With private debt a relatively nascent asset class, and with expectations of performance improving, more than a fifth of LPs say they are looking to increase their allocation to the asset class over the next 12 months.

This is a larger proportion than for any of the three other asset classes.

Due to private debt’s relative youth, it is no surprise that more LPs than in other asset classes are seeking to introduce a new allocation over the next year (3.4 percent).

Only 19 percent say they will not invest in private debt over the coming year, compared with 30 percent for infrastructure and 29 percent for private real estate.