Things an advisor should not do when it comes to advertising.
Harnessing the power of data that many firms already collect for tax purposes can help generate value beyond simple compliance, writes EY's Jen Hwang.
Private funds that ignore the new SEC Rule 2a-5 do so at their own peril, says a Duff & Phelps valuations expert
The regulator gave the private funds industry its ‘playbook’, and now expects funds to execute. This year’s enforcement actions shows the SEC is taking a proactive approach to oversight.
A 'framework' approach, summa of chairman Jay Clayton's SEC career, comes over Democratic objections.
In the magazine: Why the SEC is looking at you; Pandemic, leverage and the secondaries market; How to move staff on without the pain; Plus much more…
New disclosure and reporting requirements are set to take shape in March 2021 and will have a range of impacts on US PE managers with even minor operations within the bloc.
It's been a chore to lure accountants in throughout this year of the pandemic.
The OECD initiative ups costs significantly and may point towards authorities requiring funds to collect and divulge tax information from LPs, said panelists at PEI’s CFOs & COOs Forum Europe.
SEC chairman Jay Clayton wants an overhaul of the advertising rule that would bring private funds into scope by year end. The proposal has industry representatives up in arms.

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