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AXA Private Equity begins its second year with the GIPS seal of approval.
The debate over how to allocate resources to the fund administration function continues.
The US standards body has announced a new statement that is expected to increase auditor pressure for fair value. By David Snow
As public interest grows, private equity is getting organized - witness the trend to highly focused advocacy. By Andy Thomson
Robert Cleveland 2006-10-01 Staff Writer <bold>Career path:</bold> Received his JD from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York, where he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Cardozo Law Review. Cleveland has been associated with Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom in Wilmington, Delaware,
A UK tax change has made managing a private equity-backed company look a lot more attractive. By Andy Thomson
FRONTLINE 2006-09-01 Staff Writer Monument boosts European teamMonument Group, an independent private equity placement agent, has hired Laurence Zage as director of its London affiliate. Zage has left Helix where he was vice president and head of research with responsibility fo
A number of global secondaries investors are beginning to prowl the emerging markets savannah. At the head of the pack is Paul Capital Partners with plans for an innovative side fund. By Andy Thomson
FRONTLINE 2006-08-01 Staff Writer Allied Irish Banks hires for GermanyAllied Irish Banks has strengthened its Frankfurt-based acquisition finance operation with the appointment of Jens Dienstbach as team leader of portfolio management in Germany. Dienstbach has joined from IKB
An unloved registration requirement is struck down, while the US Senate threatens renewed scrutiny of hedge funds. By David Snow

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