A state of Permanent war?

In this column, previously we have questioned the 'permanence' of permanent capital, despite it giving promoters the ability to select the best advisers for the listed vehicle portfolio, and for the adviser also to engage in the increasingly illiquid strategies to which hedge funds are increasingly cozying up.

This month, industry experts have also cast in the spotlight whether the London Stock Exchange (LSE) will remain the permanent home for such vehicles. It has in the past. London was home to

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