Investment in tech, and getting partners on board with it, has been crucial to surviving and even thriving in one of the most challenging markets the industry has seen.
Investment in tech, and getting partners on board with it, has been crucial to surviving and thriving in one of the most challenging markets the industry has ever seen.
Navneet Govil, CFO of SoftBank’s Vision Fund unit, told our online 2021 CFOs & COOs Forum about how a network can facilitate knowledge sharing among portfolio companies.
Delegates at the 2014 forum heard about the challenges around automating the carry waterfalls process – something that’s still true nearly a decade on.
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Private equity has been slow to embrace the use of artificial intelligence, but data is dominant and those that fail to leverage its power may be left behind
Until technology can provide the market with sufficiently standardized transaction templates, its progress will be accretive, not revolutionary
Technology continues to improve the speed and accuracy of private market fund administration, but the bespoke nature of alternative assets still requires that ultimate old-school tool: human capital.
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.
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.