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New disclosure and reporting requirements are set to take shape in March 2021 and will have a range of impacts on US PE managers with even minor operations within the bloc.
Large institutional managers with sophisticated data and IT systems are more equipped to handle increased transparency requests from investors, experts say.
The private equity industry must decide how its long-established fiduciary duty fits with a crisis like this.
The SEC’s Asset Management Advisory Committee is considering possible recommendations on ESG investments, including a regime of strong intervention in the market to ensure investments are living up to their claims.
Managing director Paul Yett has been named as Hamilton Lane’s new director of ESG and sustainability.
The financial solutions provider has added a new ratings and scoring system as part of its advisory offering.
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.

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