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With delegation rules a hot topic and the possibility of some investment being withdrawn from UK-focused funds, Brexit is already having an impact. Samuel Brooks of Macfarlanes explores some of the key issues.
Claudia Ranieri and Susan Lynskey of Alaric Compliance Services examine the gap between the Securities and Exchange Commission and National Futures Association’s requirements.
Co-ordinating large subscription lines for mega-funds presents a unique set of challenges, write Debevoise & Plimpton’s Thomas Smith and Felix Paterson.
Asset-based fund finance has a number of benefits for private fund managers, but they must conduct thorough due diligence, write Shiraz Allidina, director, and Michael Peterson, managing director, at Citco Capital Solutions
Foley & Lardner partners Greg Husisian and Todd Boudreau, and associate Kevin McNiff, analyze where the administration has left the industry
Potential business acquisitions are subject to intense due diligence by private equity firms, but a crucial element they sometimes miss – executive pensions – could unravel their plans, writes Rosalind Connor, a partner, at ARC Pensions Law.
A growing number of offshore private equity funds are appointing independent directors to their boards, mirroring a long-standing trend in the hedge funds industry, Joanne Huckle, Partner at Ogier in the Cayman Islands, writes
More is being demanded from investor relations professionals, so they need to make sure they have the skillset to match, writes Richard Harland, managing director at SEI.

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