As the number of private equity and real estate funds in market and total capital sought begins to approach pre-crisis, investors know that not all fund managers are created equal in terms of performance.   While every investment manager may claim to be a top quartile performer and want to focus on successful investments, managers should appropriately inform both current and prospective investors of less favorable investment outcomes.


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Report | September 19, 2018
Are redemption requests reaching crisis proportions at UBS Trumbull?

Post | January 4, 2018
GreenOak and “private equity’s dirty finance secret”

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
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Post | April 19, 2017
Ares-backed Pilgrim Pipelines vs. the Ramapough Lenape Nation

Report | April 19, 2017
Ares’ Rose-Colored Portrait of Performance: Ares Management Fund Name, Pitch Materials Obscure Facts about Performance

Report | April 18, 2017
99 Problems But the Price Ain’t One: Unsustainable Capital Structure at Ares Management’s 99 Cents Only Stores

Report | March 23, 2017
Are Some Limited Partners Being Cut Out Of Ares’ Clayton Williams Deal – One Of Its Best Energy Investments?

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?