Pension LPs explain how new managers can get funded. (Hint: Have patience.)

private equity, emerging managers, limited partners
Photo of Angela Miller-May sourced from Chicago Teachers' Pension Fund website
  • Why is this important: Pension LPs say that new managers must be patient — but patience can pay
So you’re an emerging manager who wants to work with Teachers’ Retirement System of Illinois? You better have patience. That’s according to Richard Ingram, executive director of the $51.4 billion system, who spoke at Buyouts Insider’s PartnerConnect Midwest conference in ...

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