The Gate Clause

The Gate Clause

Does it warrant a valuation adjustment?

 

A gate clause (also called a “lock-up” provision) is a little-known and lesser-used codicil to some hedge fund governing documents,1 designed to limit investor withdrawals and, thus, avoid a “run on the bank.” Many investment funds are designed with a long-term hold strategy, making the investment illiquid

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