SoftBank’s $100 bln Vision fund shares profits and losses with partners: Bloomberg


SoftBank Group Corp.’s $100 billion Vision Fund has set up an unusual compensation structure for partners that allows them to share in potential enormous profits of its investments and also those deals that backfire, Bloomberg reported. The fund, which includes a $5 billion loan to employees, swaps debt for equity, generates profits when transactions make money as well as losses when they don’t, the story said.