Investors pressure fund managers over disclosure

Private equity firms are often portrayed as firms shrouded in secrecy that raise large sums of money to conduct deals in private. Often closely guarded about their operations and the deals on which they act, they are now under pressure to follow the rest of the financial services industry in becoming more transparent

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