With funds keen to farm out non-core functions, the issue of whether the management company or the fund should be paying outsourcing costs is rising up the agenda
As the challenges facing the back office grow, relationships with third-party providers become stronger
Fred Steinberg, Sanne Group’s managing director for North America, discusses the industry’s response to the pandemic and the remote working demands it has imposed
Blue Wolf Capital's chief financial officer, Joshua Cherry-Seto, discusses his biggest regret, most important lesson learned and best tips on outsourcing.
From cybersecurity woes to valuation challenges to benchmark selection, the team rounds up the top talking points from our 16th annual forum.
Communicating with other executives helps to stay on top of advances in compliance and operations, New Heritage Capital COO and CCO Nickie Norris says.
Ruth Horowitz, deputy CEO and COO for the asset management arm of the International Finance Corporation, tells pfm how following best practice and outsourcing where needed has helped it manage growth over the last decade.
As the industry grows more comfortable outsourcing back office functions, we sat down with SANNE’s Fred Steinberg to discuss what’s driving the trend, and why LPs appreciate the independence that fund administrators provide.
Ranjan Mishra, Viteos Fund Services, senior vice-president for private equity, discusses findings from the company’s recent survey among limited partners.
Real estate fund managers expect to increase outsourcing of fund adminstration in 2018-19, and see regulation as most likely to affect their business over the next three years.
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