For LPs and emerging managers, incentives often align


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Limited partners are often more aligned with a new manager raising a first or second fund than with a highly in-demand manager who can dictate terms. That’s according to Jason Andris, managing director of Venture Investment Associates, speaking on a panel at the Emerging Manager ...

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