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Kate Clouston, deputy chief executive at Guernsey Finance, explains the unique advantages that make Guernsey an appealing base from which to do business, and a respite from Brexit-related uncertainty
Private equity firms are a uniquely attractive mark for cyberattacks, but a proactive approach can be a sturdy shield, writes Peter Cohen, director of strategic risk at MWR InfoSecurity
Brexit will have implications for loan-originating fund structures but they may not be too dramatic, according to Patricia Volhard of Debevoise.
Guidance unveiled by the investors’ trade body on subscription lines comes as the industry is getting to grips with best practice on this now-controversial issue, Thomas Duffell writes.
New Securities and Exchange Commission reporting requirements will be burdensome for fund managers, but provide the agency with the power to aggregate and analyze information like never before, writes WithumSmith&Brown’s Tom Angell
With the growth of private equity and the wall of money flowing in, managers are struggling with the ‘institutionalization’ of the asset class. Malcolm Pobjoy, Vistra’s group commercial director for North America, sets out what GPs need to do to deal with new investor demands
Todd Cipperman, chief compliance officer for several private equity, mutual and hedge funds, shares his thoughts on next year’s landscape with pfm.
Apex Fund Services’ Peter Hughes talks Excel spreadsheets and the sophistication of software in the private equity space.
Apex Fund Services’ Peter Hughes talks Panama Papers, Dodd-Frank and the arrival of standardized fee reporting in private equity.
Peter Hughes of Apex Fund Services discusses the growing threat that cyber-criminals pose to general partners.

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