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How Attys Can Capitalize On The ‘Funds Of One’ Craze In PE

Law360 (May 14, 2018, 3:13 PM EDT) -- Private equity limited partners have shown increasing interest in a form of nontraditional investment vehicles known as separately managed accounts, or funds of one, meaning attorneys with expertise in the intricacies that come with negotiating and crafting such agreements will be in high demand.

Separately managed accounts, which are called SMAs for short and are also referred to as funds of one, are customized arrangements PE firms enter into with a single investor or a small group of investors. While the general makeup of such agreements may look somewhat similar to the fund documents tied to standard private equity funds, SMAs...

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