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The firm ended last year with €533m in cash, no structural debt and €3.8bn in dry powder.
FINRA and the FCA are keeping an eye on cybersecurity in the wake of coronavirus.
Experts are concerned that many firms aren’t prepared for the risks of prolonged remote working.
IQ-EQ's head of funds on the latest in domiciles; what does coronavirus mean for MAC clauses?
Travel disruption from coronavirus
Sponsors are also pushing for longer due diligence windows to account for disruption caused by coronavirus and to better understand its impact, a law firm has said.
A guide to adapting your fund operations for coronavirus; face-to-face meetings are off the table for some PE firms.
Firms are exploring other options for their annual meetings, like webcasts, or even rescheduling, in case travel becomes prohibitive or impossible.
Happily, most private equity firms today are equipped to tackle meetings with portfolio companies, bankers and limited partners virtually.
Lawyers from Paul Weiss pinpoint the areas of a private equity firm operations that may need to be adjusted to account for the coronavirus outbreak, including fund documentation, valuation and banking relationships.
Insight from PEI's Responsible Investment Forum; how PE can get rid of its 'bad guy' reputation.
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