Private Equity Adviser Settles Purchasing Agreement Conflict of Interest Charges

Private equity advisers need to be careful before signing agreements with group purchasing organizations (GPOs). Those agreements may contain conflict-of-interest traps that amount to a breach of fiduciary duty and that should be avoided at all costs.
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