Future of Fund Services 2024

Private Funds CFO’s annual special report examines managers’ evolving fund service requirements

In the face of challenging fundraising conditions, shifting investor demands, greater regulatory scrutiny and tech advances, GPs are looking at ways to ensure their operating models and processes are fit for purpose both now and going forward. The report explores how managers and providers are keeping pace with change across areas such as fund formation, reporting, compliance, talent management and cybersecurity.




As third-party providers come of age, and against an uncertain macroeconomic backdrop, private funds managers are fine-tuning their approaches to outsourcing, cybersecurity and talent management. In this special report, we look at how managers are evaluating their operations to ensure their firms are equipped for the future.

Whether it’s climate change, technological innovation or simply the changing nature of the marketplace, the private markets are proving to be highly adaptable.

In this innovation special, we explore the steps CFOs are taking to future-proof their funds.

If private equity-facing service providers didn’t already have their hands full catering to the needs of fund managers prior to the onset of the pandemic, the new challenges brought on by a previously untested doomsday response certainly opened up new avenues to serve their clients.

GPs are under more pressure than ever to meet the needs of their LPs, and that pressure is only going to increase over time. As LPAs and other fund documents and functions become increasingly complex, GPs are going to rely more and more heavily on their service providers to help them shoulder the burden.

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