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Kelley Gustafson, chief client officer, and Lee Khandelwal, chief technology officer of EWM Global, which provides digital carried interest and co-investment systems, discuss how firms can use technology to transform themselves.
Most firms still rely on traditional systems for calculating carry, but the need for transparency is driving automation.
There seems to be a common consensus that in-house admin processes will, eventually, have to be entirely digitized, says Wolfgang Schroter of EWM Global
PE CFOs still netting more compensation than VC peers; SEC’s Jay Clayton talks about upcoming changes to whistleblower rules.
Two models stand on a pile of coins
The average private equity CFO's compensation package is nearly $50,000 more than the venture capital equivalent, but pay for the rest of those in a finance or accounting function is generally on a par.
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Increased competition and tech-focused strategies could affect 2020 payouts, according to a compensation analysis from Johnson Associates.
A CFO's salary and bonus will average $553,900 this year, according to a compensation report from Holt Private Equity Consultants, MM&K and sister publication Buyouts.
Simon Havers of executive search firm Odgers Berndtson details why carried interest allocation is not smooth sailing.
What steps should a general partnership take when doling out carried interest to its partners who are leaving? There are various issues to consider, says Christopher Good of Macfarlanes, in this extract from Definitive Guide to Carried Interest.
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What type of waterfall structure works best for your firm? Macfarlanes partner Christopher Good gives his input in this extract from The Definitive Guide to Carried Interest.
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