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Private equity fund terms have become more complex as the industry has matured, with greater negotiation between GPs and LPs, especially after the global financial crisis.
Management fee formulas have evolved through investor pressure to become more performance-based and investor-friendly over time.
Carried interest terms in private equity have evolved from deal-by-deal to standardized whole fund calculations to better align investor and manager interests.
The standard 8% preferred return in private equity funds sets a minimum return priority for limited partners before the general partner may receive carried interest.
The catch-up provision disproportionately allocates private equity fund profits to the general partner, after the preferred return threshold, until the agreed profit split is restored.
Escrow and clawback provisions allow limited partners to retrieve excess carried interest distributions from the general partner if ultimate fund profits diverge from the typical 80/20 split.
Private equity's economic terms have adapted over time to balance limited partner protections with preserving general partner performance incentives.
Between 40% and 50% of fees charged by private banks to manage family office portfolios are hidden from their sight
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