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Do LPs Typically Receive Detailed Information on Each Company Invested in a Fund for Performance Reporting?

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May 03, 2023
How much information do LPs typically get about performance? Specifically do some LPs require or get detailed information about each company invested in (for instance so that they can disclose what their holdings are)? We are talking to a wealth manager for a group of HNWI and it sounds like they would need regular (annual?) updates about each company in the fund. Is that typical? If so that would probably require quite a bit of admin work on the fund side.
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May 03, 2023
The larger the fund, the bigger the reporting requirements. Yes, it’s not uncommon for LPs to require detailed info about each company. This is typically done monthly. In addition, there are also annual reporting requirements too. In summary, be prepared to do a lot of reporting for LPs.

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