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CFIUS’s 2019 annual report details an emboldened committee with upgraded resources and a strong focus on enforcement.
Covid-19 could spark a fresh wave of outsourcing that sees little but fundraising and investment left in house.
Monomy Capital Management will settle SEC claims it hid fees from investors, but the firm's cooperation spared it an even worse fate.
A private fund isn't a personal fund and the SEC has driven the point home by barring a Maryland man for phony travel reimbursements and taking a seven-figure loan to cover a personal investment.
Private equity and hedge funds have until May 7 to return coroanvirus stimulus loans, the Trump administration has determined.
Exposure to litigation and data handling are among the topics currently on private equity lawyers’ minds.
These three recent regulatory developments should be on private equity firms’ radars in the US, Europe and Asia.
Travel disruption from coronavirus
Sponsors are also pushing for longer due diligence windows to account for disruption caused by coronavirus and to better understand its impact, a law firm has said.
Exclamation mark symbol on blue brick wall, warning, caution
Law firm Stephenson Harwood's Gabriel Boghossian and Sarah de Ste Croix outline three points of contention and practical steps to ensure effective LPAC operations.
'If you’re subject to the law, it doesn’t really matter if you’re in or outside of California.'

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