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Do LPs prefer sector-agnostic or sector-focussed funds?

04 April, 2017

Most private equity fund houses in India, barring infrastructure funds, operate with assets of $500-700 million. Does this turn off large Limited Partners who do not want to bet small sums with one general partner at a private equity fund? Also, how do LPs decide their investment strategy vis-à-vis a sector-agnostic or a sector-focussed fund? A panel of top executives at PE firms discussed these issues, and several more, at the News Corp VCCircle Limited Partners Summit 2017, held in Mumbai last month. Watch the discussion to know more.

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