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Published by: Institute for Management Development (IMD)
Originally published in: 2002
Version: 16.12.2003
Length: 7 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

This is the second of a three-case series (IMD-3-1130 to IMD-3-1132). This case describes the organisational issues associated with the portfolio asset allocation shifts. In particular, how should the Private Equity group be organised and rewarded, what kind of individuals should it recruit, what kind of investment strategies should be pursued (direct investments, co-investments, investments in funds only), etc.
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EUR40 billion under management
Other setting(s):
2002

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Abstract

This is the second of a three-case series (IMD-3-1130 to IMD-3-1132). This case describes the organisational issues associated with the portfolio asset allocation shifts. In particular, how should the Private Equity group be organised and rewarded, what kind of individuals should it recruit, what kind of investment strategies should be pursued (direct investments, co-investments, investments in funds only), etc.

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Location:
Size:
EUR40 billion under management
Other setting(s):
2002

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