Finance & Accounting

After more than a decade of uninterrupted growth, restructuring professionals are contending with serious deficiencies in core accounting data as new realities upset old assumptions, write two WilliamsMarston partners.
Long-term pressures on many fund managers’ economics have been sharply exacerbated by the pandemic. We examine the key dynamics at play, and what some CFOs are doing about them.
Ocean wave
Helen Parsonage and Dan Faundez of law firm Osborne Clarke outline some practical tips should the situation arise.
London
The London-based lender is working alongside a 'significant' American institutional investor, sister title PEI understands.
New York
The firm is back in market with a follow-up to its hybrid value fund and is on track to hit its $20bn fundraising goal for the year, co-founder Josh Harris said on its latest earnings call.
Kewsong Lee, Carlyle
The fair value of Carlyle's private equity portfolio climbed 13% in the second quarter, but co-chief executive Kewsong Lee says there's more to be done in terms of recovery.
PEF Services CEO and president Anne Anquillare covers a host of hot topics in fees and expenses, including whether the two-and-twenty model is under threat.
The organization hopes to spark debate with its new deal-by-deal model LPA, which incorporates recent changes to its whole-of-fund model LPA. Private Funds CFO spoke with some of the people who developed it ahead of the LPA’s release.
A comparison of polls on Q1 valuations expectations shows market players' angst cooled significantly as summer rolled in.
Bankers discuss what the future of subscription credit could look like, should the current supply/demand dynamics continue while demand increases.
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