For many institutions active in the private markets, investing in co-investments has become a critical piece of developing a balanced private markets program. While co-investments potentially offer the promise of higher net returns, they also come with risks and other considerations that are different from investing through a private market fund.
This primer explores the potential benefits and risks of co-investments, the various ways that limited partners (LPs) can implement co-investments into their program and critical factors for LPs that are considering co-investments.
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