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Fried Frank partners Kathryn Cecil and Jons Lehmann look at sustainability-linked products, including ESG-linked subscription lines, and outline some considerations for negotiating them.
Intertrust's survey of 150 private equity fund managers shows what LPs are demanding more transparency on, and what reporting improvements managers are prioritizing.
150 managers think full standardization could happen in three years; Private Funds CFO editor Graham Bippart interviewed by Fund Finance Friday; new home for 'Subscription credit: A shifting landscape'
Fund managers expect standardization to be a few years away, but they’re worried about being accused of greenwashing in the meantime, an Intertrust survey suggests.
Neuberger Berman's Brien Smith talks to senior editor Isobel Markham about what he sees as the most important near-term regulatory developments in private funds
The asset manager closed the largest-yet ESG-linked subscription line
The move is the latest effort to bring more transparency to ESG in private markets.
ESG ratings agencies have started to make a push into private markets; ILPA has published its final guidelines for subscription line use and reporting; KKR exec announces exit.
ESG ratings agencies are increasingly stepping into private markets. That could point to greater standardization in ESG, and more transparency for private equity.
Guernsey Green Finance have published standards and protocols for measuring and reporting ESG in a move toward standardization.

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