Blackrock in push to expand private market access to smaller clients

Blackrock wants to give smaller investors easier access to its growing arsenal of private market vehicles, Head of iShares and Wealth in the Nordics Elisabeth Sterner tells AMWatch.

Elisabeth Sterner, Blackrock | Photo: Håkan Målbäck

This week, Blackrock announced that the asset management behemoth has expanded its existing partnership with fintech firm iCapital in order to provide global wealth managers access to its private market offering.

This offering includes access to European Long-Term Investment Funds (ELTIFs).

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