Clawback

A Clawback is when limited partners take management fees back from general partners in private equity arrangements. Most private equity agreements have clawback provisions that allow for this action after a fund has substantial losses and a general partner has already been compensated for previous significant gains. The general partner is not allowed to keep all of her compensation for gains the fund failed to ultimately achieve.


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