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The covid-19 pandemic represents the first real test of the framework in the private sector. Here’s why.
Two European LPs have already defaulted on capital calls, and more are rumored, as LPs get hit with a one-two punch of large, often early capital calls and drying up distributions.
CFOs are largely planning on leaving their 12/31 marks untouched; Duff & Phelps warns that now is not the time to diverge from your established valuations practices.
Maryland’s proposed tax on management fees and carry may be more tactically sophisticated (if disagreeable to business) than they’re getting credit for.
Italian lira coin bearing the portrait of Luca Pacioli (1447-1517), released by Italy in 1994 on the 500th anniversary of his treatise Summa de arithmetica (i.e. On arithmetics)
Europe has a fun little riddle to work out involving an alternative to mark-to-market that is also not at least called ‘mark-to-model'.
Become a DOPE CFO; PERE CFOs & COOs Forum update.
As the European Commission seeks to update AIFMD, Cyril Demaria of Wellershoff & Partners urges the sector to come up with counter-proposals for the sake of the industry and economic growth.
Theresa Gore
CD&R’s long-time CFO talks about tech, the next generation of finance professionals and how to manage LP relationships.
When an IRR has been inflated by subscription lines of credit, does the fund manager need to present a second figure to investors?
Any savings the Parisian firm makes will be put into environmental projects, says CFO Philippe Audouin.
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