The variety of alternative investments available to the public has exploded in the last 10 years — just as prudent investor standards have empowered trustees to explore strategies that better serve clients. No wonder that fiduciaries increasingly consider and choose alternative investments for trusts and other estate-planning structures. And naturally, they have to get up to speed very quickly on this brave new world of alternative investments, that is to say private equity, hedge funds and ...

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