Limited partners (LPs), or investors in private equity and venture capital funds, often prefer to commit larger pools of capital to a few general partners with a diversified asset allocation rather than many GPs.
What’s the rationale? And is that a wise strategy? Top industry executives discussed the issue at the VCCircle India LP Summit, held in Mumbai.
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