Private Equity refers to investments made wholly or mainly in companies that are not traded on a stock exchange. This means that private equity portfolios can be a lot less liquid (harder to turn into cash) than an equivalent equity fund. Some private equity companies invest directly, some make investments in funds (usually limited partnership or LP funds), and some invest in a mixture of the two.
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