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As outsourcing soars, debate around who foots the bill rumbles on.
Private equity remains firmly in regulators’ sights, despite marked improvements in transparency.
Bespoke fees and expenses reporting remains common practice.
Few costs are as unwelcome as those for broken deals.
From GP-led secondaries to ESG, some of the industry's best legal minds discuss the latest developments shaping the private equity landscape.
KKR’s four leaders, co-CEOs Henry Kravis, George Roberts and co-presidents Scott Nuttall and Joseph Bae, will forego salary and bonuses for 2020 as part of the firm's pandemic relief efforts.
Heavily invested legacy vintages might suffer more than funds in market, with the jury still out on whether this crisis will be sharp and short like the GFC, or sharp and longer-lasting running through various cycles.
LPs have reported frequent and broad communication from GPs, who are keeping fund investors updated on the status of portfolio companies, vulnerable spots and actions GPs are taking to defend investments.
Coronavirus impact
LPs are encouraging managers to discuss coronavirus over the phone as formal reporting has been limited by the speed at which the pandemic is escalating.
Limited partners who have piled into the asset class in recent years could be left severely overweighted in private equity unless public markets see a significant recovery.
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