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Balance, Teamwork, random shapes
Whether it’s tenders, intervals, evergreens or hybrids, the private funds industry is seeing a re-emergence of novel fund structures. We spoke to managers and service providers trying to tap a growing base of investors.
The benchmark that has underpinned vast numbers of financial instruments globally is coming to an end. But there is a lively debate around what will replace it, and how suitable that replacement will be in the event of a crisis.
John Czapla of valuations firm VRC takes a look at inflation expectations, and what might happen if the Federal Reserve and markets have misread them.
Investor reporting
Daily fair valuing of assets will be the long-term future, said valuation experts on an online panel hosted by Kroll. But what’s realistic in the nearer term?
A recent interpretation of accounting rules regarding warrants from the SEC has put the SPAC market on ice, fast. But will it affect valuations, in the long run?
The Foundry Capital Group case checks all the boxes for the SEC's 2021 exam priorities.
David Layton, Partners Group
David Layton, who will become Partners Group’s sole CEO in July, speaks to PEI about the leadership change, opportunities in the defined contribution market and why SPACs have been ‘overdone.’
Jeff Birnbaum and Chris Walling of consulting group VRC discuss the implications of the pandemic for the sector.
Ryan MacLean and Charles Paraboschi of consulting firm VRC explain why new SPAC sponsor entrants need to be aware of the valuation differences between founder shares and publicly-traded ones.
Private funds that ignore the new SEC Rule 2a-5 do so at their own peril, says a Duff & Phelps valuations expert
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