Most limited partners are increasingly satisfied with the transparency of their private equity managers as they parse out emerging portfolio risks, according to a new survey from Coller Capital.
The London-based firm is active in the private equity secondaries market and closed its Coller International Partners VII with capital commitments of $7.15 billion in late 2015.
Earlier this year, the firm surveyed 107 private equity investors from around the world and found that four out of five limited partners (LPs) were satisfied with their private equity fund managers’ level of transparency. A little . . .
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