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Co-investing; is it worth it?

For many investors (LPs), co-investments are an important part of their private capital investment strategy; the reasons are obvious for larger portfolios: more allocation to deals made by their own fund managers (GPs), selected according to certain quality criteria, with the aim of higher returns and lower fees in the overall portfolio view.

At the same time, the learning curve for direct investments is also increasing. So much for theory - but what are the real benefits of co-investments?

Read the latest on co-investments based on the CEPRES analysis, presented by Dr. Daniel Schmidt in the new edition of Venture Capital Magazine (in German). Read the full analysis in here

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