Most LPs don’t ask about sexual harassment when assessing a manager: survey

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It’s a common refrain when asking about sexual harassment in private equity that change needs to come from limited partners. The people controlling the money can put maximum pressure on managers to change their cultures, address sexual harassment and make ...

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