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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.
Industry lobby fights back on Maryland tax bill; Mid-market firm makes a bevy of promotions; Blackstone warns of coronavirus risk to funds.
The state's proposal to add a surcharge to management fee income and carried interest has the industry there scrambling to kill the measure.
The 40-year private equity veteran tells delegates at the CFOs & COOs Forum 2020 about Thoma Bravo’s meteoric scale-up and why he foresees private equity fees taking a hit.
LPs hate fees (even more than last year); 2020: an election year with a lot of regulatory initiatives.
NYPPEX CEO Laurence Allen, who is accused of a long-running fraud by the Office of the New York State Attorney General, says the case is the result of an LP's attempt to essentially greenmail him.
Laurence Allen denies charges of long-running fraud; not everyone automates waterfalls; making your service provider happy (or not).
Deep Dive: How ESG becomes a CFO concern
We spoke to 13 CFOs, three ESG chiefs and six limited partners to explore how ESG will become part of the finance chief's remit.
Blackstone CISO on cybersecurity ‘musts’ for smaller firms; a taste of the upcoming LP Perspectives survey results; GPB revolving-door scandal update.
Private equity fees – both in terms of size and transparency – are becoming more of a bugbear for investors, according to PEI's upcoming LP Perspectives 2020 report.
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