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Katey Bogue, who was once a principal of fund management operations and enterprise data at The Carlyle Group, knows how GPs think when it comes to data management. Interviewed after the “Re-examining data management strategy” panel at the CFOs and COOs Forum in New York in January, Bogue, now the head of private markets at […]
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.
Withum partner Tom Angell speaks with Graeme Kerr about how reporting has changed in recent years, the biggest areas of abiding controversy and where he thinks we will be in 10 years.
Neuberger Berman's Brien Smith talks to senior editor Isobel Markham about what he sees as the most important near-term regulatory developments in private funds
The 40-year private equity veteran tells delegates at the CFOs & COOs Forum 2020 about Thoma Bravo’s meteoric scale-up and why he foresees private equity fees taking a hit.
Brien Smith, COO of Neuberger Berman’s private equity division, weighed in on the big industry issues and the profound changes on the horizon.
LPs are warming to sub lines, PE is under political fire and opening up to retail investors could take the ‘private’ out of 'private equity.’
Carl Thoma Thoma Bravo
The veteran private equity investor rails against the obsession with personal wealth and calls for more scrutiny of non-financial returns.
Managers often complain that LPs ask for data but don’t do anything with it; investors say this is not the case.
The survey results were discussed onstage at PEI's CFOs & COOs conference in New York on Wednesday.
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