Some LPs feel GP pressure to stifle discussion with other fund LPs

private equity, Svetlana Loshakov, Moreland Management
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  • GPs try to control the message, especially in negative situations
  • Confidentiality provisions have become overly broad
  • Some LPs talk regardless of contract provisions
Imagine this: You’re a limited partner in a 10-year-old private equity fund. The fund has not performed well and still has six remaining portfolio companies with no exit in sight. The general partner has gone quiet, barely responding to your information ...

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