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Less than one-fifth of private fund compliance officers have a single title, a review of SEC disclosure data finds.
'Less impetus on the manager to protect the investor,' ILPA warns.
Co-investments have been a hot topic in private equity as more limited partners seek ways to build direct exposure alongside their trusted GPs in investments.
SEC regulators found conflicts of interests, fee problems and risks of material non-public information in private equity, hedge and venture capital funds.
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Lawyers from Kirkland & Ellis outline the most important issues related to the latest regulations on foreign investment in the US.
Toni Caiazzo Neff says she lost her job at New York-based Purshe, Kaplan Sterling because she spoke out against its decision to sell GPB Capital at 8% commissions, having rejected the fund twice before.
Regulators have filed the first government suit against GPB Capital, which has been beset by private lawsuits accusing it of fraud.
Covid-19 could spark a fresh wave of outsourcing that sees little but fundraising and investment left in house.
The Boston-based private funds advisor will pay to settle SEC claims that it deceptively marketed one of its oil-and-gas investments.
Monomy Capital Management will settle SEC claims it hid fees from investors, but the firm's cooperation spared it an even worse fate.
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