Three considerations for aspiring co-investors
There is more to it than fee cuts and growth stories, warn experts at our co-investing roundtable.
For many private equity investors, co-investing has become integral to the process of building a relationship with their managers. But although industry adoption has been widespread, the strategy carries pitfalls for those who come unprepared.
In September, executives from BlackRock Private Equity Partners, Debevoise & Plimpton, Hamilton Lane, HarbourVest Partners, Lexington Partners and Neuberger Berman gathered in London to discuss the challenges faced by limited partners hoping to enter the world of co-investing.