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Julia D. Corelli, a partner with Pepper Hamilton’s Corporate and Securities Practice Group and a co-chair of its Private Fund Services Group, a core constituent of Pepper’s Investment Funds Industry Group (IFIG), was quoted in the April 21, 2020 Private Equity Law Report article, "The Co‑Investment Continuum: Structures That Give GPs More Control and Discretion (Part One of Two)." This two-part series examines common co‑investment structures PE sponsors can pursue and notable factors to be weighed when selecting a path forward. The first article addresses key questions a fund sponsor must consider when structuring a co-investment, as well as certain approaches that give GPs more control over the co‑investment process, such as syndicated co-investments.
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