Private Investors

3 tips from trillion-dollar investors on sealing the co-investment deal

Co-investing as a model sees Limited Partners take a direct stake, or ‘co-invest,’ in a particular asset along with their General Partner — often a larger institutional investor. Image: REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Kevin Lu

Chairman, Asia, Partners Group

Akanksha Madan

Student Researcher, Yale-NUS

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Co-investing as a structure has quickly grown in popularity over the last decade.
Co-investing as a structure has quickly grown in popularity over the last decade. Image: Corporate Finance Institute

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