Private equity persistence slips

Private equity is undergoing a structural change – with persistence and performance waning – but co-investment may not be the panacea, MIT’s Antoinette Schoar discovers.

Concerns over private equity leave pension funds wary

Institutional investors are clearly attracted to private equity, but remain wary of the sector for its perceived lack of transparency and ability to be measured, high fees and a sense that they cannot invest into the sector as truly equal partners. “It’s clear that now is a time with a lot of flux in private... Read more »