LPs hunt for in-house PE talent in busy market


private equity, limited partners, employment, executive staffing, recruitment
An illuminated sign depicting people walking is displayed at euro zone's largest bank Santander's headquarter in Boadilla del Monte, near Madrid, February 4, 2010. Courtesy Reuters/Sergio Pere
Several institutional investors are adding head count to their private equity teams as LPs look for ways to cut down on fees and access hard-to-reach managers. Pennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement System will create three new positions in private equity ...

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