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The transformation of tax functions will be a crucial discussion for investment management firms in a rapidly changing economic landscape, write Deloitte Tax specialists James Casey, Greg Drudy and Doug Puckett.
Fund managers and financial institutions can gain a lot from corporate service and fund administration providers with the right experience, technical competencies and technology, say Brijesh Patel and Paul Séjournant at Sanne Group.
GPs may be willing to invest in technology to meet transparency demands from LPs and regulators, but they need solutions that use that data for more than just reporting, say RSM’s Scott Helberg and Christa Clark.
For GPs arranging financing for their separately managed accounts, there are some unique terms and issues in play, say Tommy Constantinou and Susumu Koguchi of Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank.
As NAV loans become increasingly popular, more lenders have entered the space, says Richard Wheelahan, co-founder of Fund Finance Partners.
NAV finance wasn’t invented yesterday, but it’s becoming a valuable tool in any GP’s toolbox, says Hark Capital’s managing partner and founder, Doug Cruikshank.
There will be no slowdown in demand for GP and NAV financing, even as the economy falters, say head of BC Partners Credit Ted Goldthorpe and operating partner Tom Glover.
Earlier this year, the SEC issued a series of proposals that set an even higher standard of reporting for private funds managers. Arthy Kumar of Workiva explains the best way for finance practitioners to respond to these changes.
Fund finance provides a rich variety of liquidity options, say Cadwalader’s Samantha Hutchinson, Michael Hubbard, Angela Batterson and Brian Foster
What does the future hold for NAV-based lending? Dave Philipp of Crestline Investors is confident the market will continue to grow, buoyed by four key trends

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