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Olibia Stamatoglou discusses how her firm is navigating rising regulatory pressures in an exclusive video interview, from Private Funds CFO’s New York Forum.
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An adviser CCO tells of a recent SEC exam that deeply probed the adviser’s due diligence into its pricing services used for establishing valuations.
LPs are still tepid on the final rules, but still want the SEC as a referee.
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Washington weighs (narrow) changes to allow projections in private placement memos.
Narrower review may squeeze private equity managers.
words ESG on a wood block and Future environmental conservation and sustainable ESG modernization development by using the technology of renewable resources to reduce pollution and carbon emission.
Experts see emerging field, metrics as enterprise-wide risk/opportunity.
More firms than ever are getting registered with the SEC as they grow and look to diversify their investor base – at the same time that the regulator’s scrutiny of the market has intensified.
PFCFO Insights SEC marketing rule
Frustration is building among CFOs as they attempt to navigate the new marketing rules with limited guidance from the SEC.
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There has been an 'explosion' in LP demands regarding compliance, according to attendees at Private Funds CFO Network’s European Forum earlier this month.
Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, Building in Washington DC. The SEC regulates stocks and bonds and related financial activities.
Five separate amicus briefs extend, underline arguments against most sweeping changes since Dodd-Frank.

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