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  2. What percent of the total carried interest do Sr. Associates/VPs usually get in a lower middle market PE funds? For instance $100M fund with less than 10 people- 5 partners, 2-3 manager type of positions and 1 Sr. Associate or VP. Also, if the Sr. Associa ...

    75 comments14 Jan 2020 -

  3. Hey All- I have been negotiating an offer with a PE firm to come on as a VP. I actually have worked for this same firm before, left for a few years, and now they have roped me back in. They are currently in the process of raising their second fund (sub $5 ...

    29 comments29 Mar 2020 -

  4. Have a question for all the PE guys here. I've been trying to figure out if the carried interest I get paid (middle level guy..senior associate/VP) is market. My fund based out of SF focuses on the middle market, but we have a decent fund size (betwe ...

    31 comments9 Jun 2018 -

  5. I wonder if someone can pitch in and tell me what you think: I own a small business (less than $3M annual revenue) and currently in negotiation with a VC to buy 100% of the shares for cash in hand + 30% equity in the new company they will form on top of t ...

    10 comments19 May 2019 -

  6. I've been curious for a while how PE partnerships are structured in terms of compensation. Do partners (real GP % owning partners) own a % of the GP and accrue a % of the carry every year? What are the vesting terms for ownership and how does that us ...

    6 comments3 Jun 2020 -

  7. Hello fellow monkeys! I have been a long-time lurker (with another account) and have recently come across a situation that I need some perspective on (created this new account to maintain anonymity). The quick two cents on myself, I am a senior associate ...

    6 comments19 Apr 2020 -

  8. Hi there, am hoping to get your view on the appropriate carry structure (as well as base + bonus range) $100- $200mn VC fund I will join before securing anchor LP (i.e., have not started fundraising) Joining as senior associate (4 years of BB IBD experien ...

    9 comments12 Apr 2019 -

  9. Hi I have a PE job offer for an investment analyst role-- the fund has only two functional roles: investment analyst and fund manager. 1st fund $120mm (80% investments are done), starting a 2nd fund $250mm (70% capital raised). Part of my compensation is ...

    11 comments19 Nov 2011 -

  10. Does anyone have any knowledge on how carry works for funds that have multiple strategies? Do you get carry across all funds or just the fund you work in? For example, if I'm on the buyout fund and we also have a separate mezz fund where we sometimes ...

    5 comments3 Mar 2015 -

  11. Major Model Meltdown

    Private Equity

    Hi I run a PE Fund and I am having a heck of a time calculating carried interest. I know what carried interest is obviously but where my problems lie is that I cannot seem to reconcile the data I am provided from my various plan sponsors into an excel mod ...

    4 comments24 Aug 2017 -

  12. have only gotten synthetic carry in the past- but now I can write the agreement so.... Looking for clause for GPs to carve a bit more potential out via excess profit share over hurdle? constants: mgt fee. /mer ratio. 8% hurdle 20/80 split on windup over h ...

    4 comments27 Oct 2014 -

  13. Carry Timing

    Private Equity

    Two questions regarding how carry usually works at middle-market PE funds, particularly at the Sr. Associate / VP levels: If you join a firm when the current fund is 50%+ invested, do you still get carry (assuming you otherwise would)? Is the amount typic ...

    2 comments2 Dec 2018 -

  14. Carry not in writing

    Private Equity

    Does anybody understand the taxation of carried interest in the UK? Recently I have been discussing an offer of a token amount of carry with a mid market PE fund but they have said they will not put this in writing immediately for "tax reasons". ...

    2 comments29 Jun 2015 -

  15. I work at a family office making direct investments in small businesses. As we're managing wealth for a family only looking to compound wealth over generations, there's no incentive to sell the businesses we buy. I was speaking to a laywer who s ...

    1 comment9 May 2019 -

  16. I know it can vary depending on the firm, but I'm speaking more in general. Example: Location would be major city (think LA, SF, NYC, Boston, DC). The firm in question is 10 years in existence, owned by the three founding partners. Total firm size (i ...

    6 May 2020 -

  17. I know that will probably take time to pass through (wheels of democracy move slowly), but it seemed like the candidates talked extensively about changing the carried interest tax laws last night. I'm curious if people think this will happen and how ...

    10 Oct 2016 -