Corporate Alert

    View Author October 2009

    A basic goal of structured private equity partnerships is to align the interests of limited partners and general partners. This is achieved chiefly through a distribution of profits generated by the fund and a culture that allows general partners to remain single-minded in pursuing maximum returns on their underlying investments.

    In the article "ILPA Unveils Guidance on Private Equity Principles," published by Financier Worldwide, Squire Sanders partner Christopher A. Rose comments on a new set of principles recently released by the Institutional Limited Partners Association (ILPA), which are intended to restore and strengthen the alignment of interests between fund managers and their investors.