Co-investments Hold Promising Potential For PE: PreqinMani
2014 is set to witness an increase in co-investment activity, with 52% of LPs and 31% of GPs intending to ramp up their operations in this sector, according to a recent Preqin study.
However, the study cautions the high expense of co-investments and competition in the landscape could act as deterrents to those who express an initial interest.
The Preqin’s report highlights co-investments are passive, non-controlling investments, a provision of separate equity that is often not subject to fees. Despite carrying a greater level of
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