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WATCH: What do LPs do with all the data?

by Alice Murray 4 May 2021

Speakers

  • Moderator: Alice Murray, The Drawdown
  • Mike Dickey, MUFG Investor Services
  • Hamish Mair, BMO Global Asset Management
  • Alex Rogers, HarbourVest

Data and reporting demands on GPs have never been higher, especially given the events of the past year, where communications between managers and investors have risen exponentially. On top of this, new rules around ESG disclosures, increased pressure on diversity and inclusion efforts as well as varying county-by-country accounting standards, means that the amount of data currently being ingested by LPs is at an all time high.

But what are LPs doing with all of this data?

This webinar discussion explored what information is being transmitted from GPs to LPs, how it has developed in recent years, the way in which data is being communicated, how technology is helping both GPs and LPs, and of course, what LPs are doing with all the data.

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