Fee arrangements, side letter terms and SEC disclosure concerns around co-investment allocations are just some of the key themes discussed by private investment funds partner, John Ayer (Boston) in a Q&A with Bloomberg BRIEF Private Equity. In the May 4 edition of the Brief, Mr. Ayer overviews recent trends in co-investing, and also provides his thoughts on the major changes he has seen in fund terms since the financial crisis, as well as the consideration by fund managers to raise funds vehicles with a longer duration.
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