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Regulatory hot zones 2006-09-01 Staff Writer In every important private equity market looms regulatory change and uncertainty that may significantly impact the way private equity firms do business. Some potential changes bode well for the industry, others do not. Here are a few particularly hot issues.
Hot zones 2006-09-01 Staff Writer No one who works in the private equity industry can complain of boredom. As the market has become more complex and more global, surprise has become the norm.Take, for example, the news last May that Kohlberg Kravis Roberts listed a fund on the Euronex
IN-HOUSE PROFILE 2006-09-01 Staff Writer Career details: BA, Princeton University and MPhil, Yale University, both in geology, interrupted by service in the US Navy; JD from the University of Virginia; associate of Chadbourne & Parke in New York, Washington, DC and Al Khobar, Sau
Simpson Thacher advises on the world's largest LBO, again
With activities spanning the VC and public equity realms, Crosslink Capital must be doubly diligent about adhering to regulatory requirements. By Judy Kuan
FRONTLINE 2006-09-01 Staff Writer Monument boosts European teamMonument Group, an independent private equity placement agent, has hired Laurence Zage as director of its London affiliate. Zage has left Helix where he was vice president and head of research with responsibility fo
In light of strategic and technological advances in the fundraising process, GPs should scrupulously manage the content on their websites.
One private equity firm is taking a creative approach to marketing.
A number of global secondaries investors are beginning to prowl the emerging markets savannah. At the head of the pack is Paul Capital Partners with plans for an innovative side fund. By Andy Thomson
Private equity ‘copycats’ are providing UK buyout firms with some serious competition.

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