Increasing customisation and opacity of private equity fund terms

Side letters have long been used by fund managers to allow an investor to invest on terms that vary from the main fund agreement. But they are becoming more expansive and secretive, leading to more customized terms for big investors and reduced transparency. Originally, the “customisation” of private equity fund terms via side letter was…

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