Investors in private equity and real estate expect that their fortunes and those of investment managers will be shared – i.e. that investment managers will be rewarded when investors see returns and that managers will have material skin in the game should those returns not materialize.


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Report | July 20, 2017
Strange Bedfellows: Are GreenOak investors losing out as a result of the firm’s partnership with hedge fund Tetragon Financial Group? (Revised)

Post | May 18, 2017
Energy Investors Fund IV performance hits new low as Ares Management books $20m from its failure to finish raising EIF V.

Post | March 17, 2017
Does Ares’ Neiman Marcus exit have a conflict of interest?

Report | February 23, 2017
What’s behind American Capital Equity III’s sky high returns?

Report | February 8, 2017
Ares Real Estate Group’s missing leadership: Has Lee Neibart quietly exited group?

Report | October 17, 2016
Why did True North Real Estate Fund III pay a $5 million placement agent fee?

Post | September 14, 2016
Is your private equity manager pushing to reduce disclosure to the SEC, investors?

Report | May 13, 2016
Divided loyalty? How will GEM Realty Capital manage interest alignment as it deploys GEM Realty Fund VI, GEM Realty Evergreen Fund?

Report | April 28, 2016
Leonard Green & Partners’ cost to LPs per investment staff is higher relative to peers

Report | April 20, 2016
Apollo Global Management: Examiner’s Report raises questions about AGM’s conflicts of interest at Caesars Entertainment