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The RBS spin-out, which closed its first full fund on £402 million last month, is also looking to make several associate-level hires in private equity.
Tax and consulting firm EisnerAmper has opened a London office and hired former KPMG partner Robert Mirsky to lead its presence in the city.
A range of new models to share private equity deal profits between LPs and GPs are being used and they are making it more complicated for LPs to compare fund, according to the managing partner of one law firm.
Forward-thinking firms searching for chief data officers will encounter a tough hiring market, but the competition is worth it.
Law firms of the year across EMEA, Americas and Asia-Pacific in sister publication Private Equity International's coveted awards.
The regulator is seeking a new chief risk officer, cybersecurity improvements and private fund experts for its 2019 budget.
Managers of retail and retirement capital and those investing in cryptocurrencies are ‘on notice for increased scrutiny’, says Ken Joseph, the former SEC exam boss who recently joined advisory firm Duff & Phelps.
With delegation rules a hot topic and the possibility of some investment being withdrawn from UK-focused funds, Brexit is already having an impact. Samuel Brooks of Macfarlanes explores some of the key issues.
In this two-minute video Simon Havers, former managing partner of Baird Capital and BVCA chairman, gives his view on the adoption of technology in PE operations.
The private funds industry is institutionalizing, but the methods for calculating and reporting performance are still all over the place.

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