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While many GPs still manage their treasury with Excel, Hazeltree’s Don Jefferis cautions that there are real risks to this ‘classic’ approach, and real benefits to a modern approach.
The technology driving the future of fund services will see GPs and administrators eliminate barriers between clients and providers, say Alter Domus’s Maximilien Dambax and Tim Toska.
GPs relying on outdated legacy data management systems may be falling behind peers who’ve moved on, says Allvue CEO Mark Heimbouch.
Private capital investors won’t be lowering their expectations for fund servicing anytime soon. PEF Services CEO Anne Anquillare says a holistic approach is needed to meet LP expectations in the years to come.
Private Funds CFO brought together a panel of industry experts to explore how the back office has adapted to this year’s unprecedented challenges
Fund managers need a more standardized approach to measuring the social and environmental benefits of impact strategies, says Wouter Plantenga of JTC.
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
LPs are fine-tuning their approaches in the wake of covid-19 but their appetite for alternatives shows no sign of abating over the long term, writes Jason Bingham, chief strategy officer at Sanne
GPs are hungry for swifter, smarter forecasts to cope with today’s extreme volatility, say Jonathan Balkin and Bill McMahon of tech consultancy Lionpoint.
As covid-19 accelerates the industry’s reliance on digital solutions, GPs would do well to upgrade their technology for both now and the long run, says Shannon Dolan of fintech solutions provider FIS.
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