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Carried interest is being awarded further down the food chain.
Compensation in PE is increasing – particularly at more junior levels – according to two extensive research reports.
SEC enforcement action timeline; Investcorp on balancing carry and co-investment for compensation; Luxembourg gets love from the big US PE houses; Listing vehicles on the LSE.
Two models stand on a pile of coins
European comp tipped to increase for finance division in 2020; a categorized timeline of SEC enforcement actions; qashqade on modernizing your approach to waterfall calculations.
Two models stand on a pile of coins
Fundraising and deal activity have slowed for PE in Europe, despite administrative and support staff expecting increased compensation.
Update on the CFOs & COOs Forum; veteran recruiter’s key observations on how firms allocate carry to employees; SEC upholds sanction on CCO of a small firm; a quick call from Laurence Allen; the strategic CFO.
The right co-investment strategy helps keep team members motivated, writes the head of executive compensation at Investcorp, Dominic Elias.
Dividing the rewards in a way that keeps everyone happy is no easy task, writes private equity recruiter Gail McManus.
Seth Berger, chief financial officer at AEW Capital Management, on transitioning to an automated system for carry and co-invest plans.
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