As exit markets have stunted capital flows to LPs, the distributed paid-in capital multiple (DPI) has become a key return metric.
Venture capital respondents were more likely to identify DPI as the most important return metric for demonstrating fund performance.
SVB survey: CFO strategies for efficiency gains
Portfolio management is a top systems concern for many CFOs. This is largely addressed with industry-specific solutions or through third-party consultants and vendors. While many have integrated technology into their fundraising process, a substantial number of outliers remain.
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