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Perhaps most importantly, watch who takes leadership roles on the various legislative committees in Congress that impact private equity, as well as key positions in the administration.
Harnessing the power of data that many firms already collect for tax purposes can help generate value beyond simple compliance, writes EY's Jen Hwang.
Cloud-based technology has surged as a result of covid-19-related remote work, but utilizing it outside of simple storage could have benefits throughout the firm, writes RFA’s chief data officer Mark Alayev.
The new standard in subscription finance: there isn’t one. The co-founder of a fund finance debt advisory firm describes the market he’s seeing, what sponsors can expect when taking out a facility and how to get more favorable terms.
Challenges to 'leaver' status determinations are likely to rise in today's market environment. Fox & Partners' Catriona Watt outlines what you need to consider if you're thinking about leaving your firm.
Macfarlanes tax risk experts explain the EU's new Directive on Administrative Cooperation, and how private equity firms can prepare for compliance and manage tax risk.
As GPs scramble to replace live annual general meetings with digital events, Private placement agent Monument Group identifies key lessons from recent experience in attending AGMs online.
Todd Boudreau argues that ILPA’s model LPAs can give emerging managers an edge in a highly competitive market, helping to attract new relationships and reduce the costs and complexities of negotiation.
A pre-covid report underscored the importance of work-life balance in private equity. Senior editor Toby Mitchenall revisits it, and asks whether PE will embrace a better balance after months of working from home.
We caused a stir with reports of unnamed LP defaults this week; was it a storm in a teacup?
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