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Introducing the first installments of our six-part feature on the subscription credit line market.
The SEC office’s risk alert confirms what recent trends suggested; eVestment announces tool to help inundated CFOs.
Banks building sub line syndication teams (in a hurry); upcoming feature covering all things sub line; SEC's OCIE finds three general deficiencies in private funds; Abraaj back in the news.
A survey from April gave some insight into what fund managers were thinking regarding Q1 and Q2 valuations a month into the crisis; EU goes after greenwashing.
Connor Hussey spoke to the president of Wells Fargo investment Institute and the chief executive of iCapital to get details on the latter's acquisition of WFII's feeder fund platform.
Does the future of PE include a better work-life-balance?; Promotions at WilliamsMarston.
Kirkland & Ellis lawyers outline the top issues for PE resulting from the new CFIUS regime; guide to key changes in technology.
Massachusetts adds yet another lawsuit to the growing list of them against GPB Capital, and a fired compliance officer says it vindicates her claims.
Guernsey touts its white-list status, adding a fast-track regime for overseas collective investment schemes; in the future, everything will be outsourced.
Buyouts brings some LP perspective to the NAV loan market. Plus: portfolio company debt-buybacks, and NAV loans for credit funds and even LPs.

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