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Payouts in areas of investment banking are shrinking, while the private private funds industry is on the up.
The US Chamber of Commerce has thrown its weight behind private equity; the industry shouldn’t expect pressure to let up while Elizabeth Warren is still in the race.
Increased competition and tech-focused strategies could affect 2020 payouts, according to a compensation analysis from Johnson Associates.
Where the CFO's salary and bonus package sits in the pecking order, plus Abingworth changes CFO.
A CFO's salary and bonus will average $553,900 this year, according to a compensation report from Holt Private Equity Consultants, MM&K and sister publication Buyouts.
Neil Cooper takes over from James Abell as the firm's chief financial officer.
Salaries across US PE are edging up, according to the Holt-MM&K-Buyouts report.
ILPA's Jennifer Choi shares some insight into carried interest from an LP perspective in this extract from The Definitive Guide to Carried Interest.
ILPA's model limited partnership agreement is naturally LP-friendly; a fund lawyer points to 14 provisions that put the investor first.
In this extract from a note to clients, Michael Sabin, a private funds lawyer in Clifford Chance's New York office, talks through 14 of the more LP-friendly terms in the model agreement.

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