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15 June 2020 By Liam Proud

Private equity pools raised between 2006 and 2015 performed no better than public stocks, an Oxford University study found. Pension funds and other backers probably won’t abandon groups like Blackstone and KKR. Yet proof of shrinking returns helps make the case for lower costs.

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