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With no shortage of vendors and software dedicated to managing data for private markets, Diligent Equity’s Jeremy Barlow argues that fund managers should approach their technology upgrades with a focus on business outcomes, integration and continual improvement.
The private capital industry has reached a crucial juncture, says Anne Anquillare, CFA, CSC’s head of fund services, North America.
SEC proposals represent a significant change in approach, say Troutman Pepper partners Stephanie Pindyck-Costantino, Julia Corelli and associate Patrick Bianchi.
Private equity remains squarely on the minds of legislators, writes Tom Angell, a partner at Withum.
Technology is driving efficiencies and helping managers respond to the growing needs of their investors and stakeholders, says Simon Vardon at Sanne, an Apex Group company.
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.
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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.

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