PODCAST: Why co-investments are in the best interest of GPs and LPs

The strategy brings investors reduced fees and managers can write large cheques. Industry practitioners from The Carlyle Group, Cambridge Associates and Kennedy Lewis Investment Management say these are only a few of the upshots.

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Co-investments have become standard in private equity and have been on the rise in private credit. One of the most obvious benefits is LPs boosting their private markets returns, but there plenty of other factors that go into these positions.

In the above podcast, Private Debt Investor talks to Tod Trabocco, Cambridge Associates co-head of credit investment group; David Chene, a founder and co-portfolio manager at Kennedy Lewis Investment Management; and Alex Popov, The Carlyle Group‘s head of Carlyle credit opportunities, to understand what co-investments mean for both GPs and LPs.