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Parallel fund structures: An optimal framework to meet the evolving needs of investors?
Par Laurent CAPOLAGHI, Louis Le ROUX, EY Luxembourg *   A popular approach in the private equity industry is the use of strategies involving parallel fund structures, where one or more investment vehicles operate as separate legal entities to the main fund, that being the primary fund that an asset manager sets up to pursue its investment strategy and attract capital from investors. These additional vehicles invest and divest alongside the main fund, usually on a pro-rata basis per their capital commitments, and each structure shares many similarities with the main fund in terms of investment strategy, investment policy, portfolio of assets, and risk management.   The parallel funds are established by private equity (PE) firms to complement the...
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