The company expects to make investments that do not fit within
the mandate of its sixth main buyout fund, which raised $13
billion last year, Bloomberg said, citing people familiar with
the matter. (http://bloom.bg/1xSTSwd)
The fund would charge lower fees than its traditional buyout
offering and the investments could include taking minority
stakes in companies and backing family-owned businesses,
Carlyle plans to charge a 1 percent management fee and take 15
percent of the profits on the longer-life fund, according to the
Carlyle was not immediately available for comment.
(Reporting By Sudarshan Varadhan in Bangalore; Editing by Sriraj
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