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2020 Perspectives
... and managers are under ever greater pressure to be more transparent.
Industry players say fee transparency has been increasing. So why are more LPs asking for more of it?
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Private equity fees – both in terms of size and transparency – are becoming more of a bugbear for investors, according to PEI's upcoming LP Perspectives 2020 report.
A number of factors are pushing investors to seek outside help in sifting through their fees, expenses and carried interest payments.
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The share of PE firms that removed the hurdle rate doubled in 2019, while only 60% of funds are sticking with the standard 8% preferred return.
Key findings from the LP body’s latest best practice guidance.
The Swiss manager is seeking up to $1.5bn for its first infrastructure equity vehicle since 2015.
Hiromichi Mizuno was tasked with guiding the world's largest pension fund into alternatives. He tells PEI what he learned in his four-year tenure.
The industry group has teamed up with consultant Colmore, whose Fee Allocation Incentive Reporting programme aims to help investors ensure they are not overpaying for alternatives.
Private equity investors focus only on very simple negotiating points such as fees and structure, according to a survey by eFront.
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