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Far from acting as often flawed stopgaps, interim CFOs at PE-backed companies can act as critical transformational figures, write Accordion senior managing directors Craig Boucher and Keith Maib.
Private funds are using technology to battle the talent crunch in the industry, writes Stuart Keeler of PFA Solutions.
Relying too much on implied value derived from a deal’s price can cause reporting, compensation and other issues for management teams, writes Stout managing director Jeremy Krasner.
Mid-market managers have long had to deal with cumbersome and costly FX solutions. But a new wave of fintechs is helping them to outsource FX operations smoothly and efficiently, writes MilltechFX CEO Eric Huttman.
PE firms are discovering how transparency is reducing risk and redefining competition in a world of heightened regulatory scrutiny and tougher employee retention, writes Richard Change of PFA Solutions.
Raymond James's Sunaina Sinha Haldea discusses the best practice for GPs to discharge conflict of interest and ensure best pricing on their GP-led transactions.
Chat applications have become absolutely necessary in the hybrid working age. But 4Pines Fund Services’ Bob Chowaniec says these programs can serve as much more than just substitutions for in-person chats.
The approach to ESG is evolving and market participants are developing their own thinking as to how environmental, social and governance issues will shape their activities.
A guide to getting started on ESG reporting and disclosure, by Victoria Gillespie, who is responsible for fund services firm JTC’s ESG offering.
Many fund managers are wary of ESG because they are unaccustomed to investing based on something other than financial returns. But for those who do it right, could ESG be an alternative data goldmine, writes Apex Group's Jason Meklinsky.