Norwest CFO: Check your outsourcers’ work or ‘risk misses’

Sandra Kim-Suk recently joined Norwest Equity Partners as CFO; she answers six quick-fire questions on tech implentation, outsourcing and her new role.

Sandra Kim-Suk spent more than five years as Americas CFO for consumer investing giant L Catterton before moving in April to become CFO for Norwest Equity Partners. You can read Connor Hussey’s quick-fire interview with her, in which she discusses challenging tech implementations and the one thing that outsourcers do that annoys her most, here.

Elswhere on the site today, we have some insight into what happens when an LP defaults on a capital call from fund lawyer Ed Hall.

In other news, Hal Scott, professor emeritus at Harvard Law School and chair of the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation, calls in this morning’s Financial Times for retail investors to be able to “invest in public closed-end funds that primarily invest in private equity or venture capital funds, so-called funds of funds.” For more on the background to this – the SEC’s call for comments to allow Main Street savers access to PE – listen to this 20-minute podcast.

Email prepared by Toby Mitchenall.