LPs more sensitive to Private Equity Fund Terms

by Tim Friedman

  • 18 Jun 2009
  • PE

Market conditions have led private equity investors to become far more sensitive towards private equity fund terms. A total of 49% of LPs state that terms and conditions have become more important over the past six months, with 40% reporting no change and the remaining 11% currently neither investing in private equity funds nor reviewing PPMs. The result is that private equity investors are not afraid to turn down fund opportunities based on terms and conditions that do not effectively and appropriately align their interests with those of the GP.

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