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How is the chief financial officer’s role changing in an era of greater LP scrutiny? What is it like to be more front-facing in a private equity firm? Private Funds CFO brought together four experts to discuss what it’s like to be ‘front and center’.
SANNE’s Hannah Jaeger, head of business development for the Americas, explains how the world’s most important interest rate benchmarks will be revised by the end of 2021.
We asked the fund administrator participants at our recent roundtable what they want most out of their GP relationships. 
SANNE’s Fred Steinberg explains how the role of external service providers is expanding in tandem with the CFO’s growing workload.
Landmark reforms have added further twists to the tax labyrinth for private funds, writes Withum’s Michael Oates.
As the 2017 tax reforms take effect, there are still questions over how private equity interprets the landmark changes, according to Simcha David of EisnerAmper.
qashqade’s Oliver Freigang and Gregor Kreuzer explore different options for firms seeking to modernize their approach to calculating waterfalls.
The use of more sophisticated, integrated technology by GPs is gaining steam. Rey Acosta, CEO of Allvue Systems, looks at four factors motivating fund managers to move away from Excel.
More and more US investment fund managers are choosing to list vehicles on the London Stock Exchange. JTC’s Wouter Plantenga and Simon Gordon discuss why it makes sense.
Hands-off investment offerings wouldn’t seem to be competing with the private equity funds, but RSM’s Anthony DeCandido suggests they pose a real challenge for the industry.
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