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Investment prowess is naturally a key attribute of a private equity firm; for some LPs, however, capital efficiency is just as important.
Bridging facilities are being used not just for more efficient deal execution, but also to get proceeds into the hands of LPs more quickly.
Fund managers must be explicit in their IRR calculation disclosure to investors, or face the wrath of the regulator, writes Vivek Pingili, vice-president of compliance at Cordium
Bridging facilities are being used not just for more efficient deal execution, but also to get proceeds into the hands of LPs more quickly.
TPG’s time cap on fund facilities highlights the heated debate on their use.
The use of subscription facilities by funds has seen its criticism, but the practice is not without its positives write Thomas Smith and Almas Daud.
Officials at the public retirement plan behemoth are set to provide feedback on Monday.
Guidance announced this week on how fund managers should use subscription lines comes at a time when the industry is getting to grips with best practice on this now-controversial issue, Thomas Duffell writes.
Quarterly reports to investors must be explicit on the use of subscription credit lines, while LPs must ask for data that discounts the impact of borrowed cash, the lobby group recommends.
How the use of a subscription credit facility can change the return profile of a fund in good times and in bad.
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