Pressure from the SEC and limited partners for both compliance and transparency is weighing on general partners.
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Watch on-demand here. February 19, 2015, 11:00am EST | 4:00pm GMT An increasing number of LPs are spending more time negotiating co-investment opportunity rights. However, what’s driving that demand and how does it improve institutional investors’ portfolio construction toolbox? This webinar talks to an LP, consultant and GP about how investors view the role of co-investment and […]
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