Compliance & Regulation

Political giving is good, but the road to bad publicity and regulatory change is often paved with well intentioned campaign contributions. By David Snow
As the wins and losses of private equity become more visible to - and influenced by - the public eye, GP firms are finding more reasons for keeping a communications crisis management strategy on hand. By Judy Kuan
When a new private equity firm is born, a new back office system needs to grow up alongside it. Australia's Ironbridge Capital found this to be ‘extremely complex.’ By Andy Thomson
INDUSTRY FRONTLINE 2005-12-01 Staff Writer Alvarez & Marsal recruits PE proGlobal turnaround consulting firm Alvarez & Marsalhas hired Jack McCarthy as managing director and co-head of the firm's transaction advisory group. Based at A&M's New York office, McCarthy w
The bidding may be over, but the analysis has just begun. Post-transaction reviews are increasingly de rigueur among private equity firms keen to learn lessons from victory or defeat. By Andy Thomson
RAISING ELEVATION PARTNERS' DEBUT FUND INVOLVED HELPING LPS GET COMFORTABLE WITH A ROCK STAR.
LOVE ‘EM OR HATE ‘EM, SLOWLY ’SPECIAL PURPOSE ACQUISITION COMPANIES’ (SPACS) ARE STARTING TO GAIN SOME RESPECT. BY KEN MACFADYEN
THE NVCA HAS FORMED A GROUP FOR IN-HOUSE HUMAN CAPITAL PROS.
THE RECENTLY EFFECTED CIRCULAR 75, WHICH REGULATES OFFSHORE VEHICLES INVESTING IN CHINA, IS ‘MORE WORKABLE’ THAN RULES ISSUED EARLIER THIS YEAR.
SORENSONCAPITAL IS, BY DESIGN, HEAVY ON STAFF AND OPERATING EXPENSES.
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