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Why LPs are pushing for co-investments, platform deals

03 March, 2017

Limited partners (LPs) are increasingly opting to build or buy platforms as co-investors to have a greater say on the outcome of their investments, said panellists at the News Corp VCCircle Limited Partners Summit. However, the classic blind pool model continues to be the dominant choice of investors in the private equity space.


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Why LPs are pushing for co-investments, platform deals

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