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ING’s ESG credit facility: Under the hood

Sister publication PEI puts three questions to Fi Dinh, who led ING's first ESG-linked revolving credit facility, on fund terms, interest rate calculations and sustainability targets.

Subscription credit lines ‘are here to stay’

Subscription lines are convenient, but GPs must use them responsibly, says Triton's Amanda Tonsgaard.
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ING sets ESG carrot and stick with capital call facility

The bank provided a subscription credit facility for Singapore's Quadria Capital that pegs its interest rate to fund-level ESG performance.

Expert view: Why and how to use capital call bridge facilities

Capital call bridge facilities are a growing trend in private equity, but can they work for your firm? Joe Greenwell and JP Harrop share their insight in this extract from The Definitive Guide to Carried Interest.
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Investors reluctant to curb credit line use – lawyer

ILPA guidelines have helped push greater disclosure around subscription credit lines, but have not changed their usage, according to Ropes & Gray partner, Patricia Lynch.

AICPA’s valuation guide more useful for ‘small and mid-market firms’

AICPA released its final fair valuation guideline catered to VC and PE firms on August 19. Here's some reactions from experts across the industry.

Why preferred equity could be PE’s next battleground

This addition to the financial engineer’s toolkit is gaining in popularity, but what do LPs think of it?

Why EQT is choosing public markets over a private sale

In a world where financial investors are hungry for GP minority stakes, why would a firm pursue a public listing?
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Q&A: Why sell a piece of your firm?

A desire for growth, greater GP commitments and succession planning are driving the growth in stake sales, says lawyer Matthew Dickman.

How tax and law by region can influence LPA provisions

David Tegeler, Nigel van Zyl and Lynn Chan of Proskauer discuss how different tax regimes and laws in Europe, the US and Asia play a role in setting up limited partnership agreements.

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