Three primary code flaws found in software widely used by governments and businesses around the world remain an existential concern.
As more individual investors allocate to private funds, GPs need technological tools to be more flexible in fundraising and onboarding, says David Genn, CEO of UK-based technology provider Goji.
Alvarez & Marsal’s Matthew Negus outlines the key data and privacy risks firms face when acquiring target companies, and what they can do to mitigate them.
Intertrust study also shows greater demand for managers to monitor and report on the ESG performance of their portfolio
The company expects the Private Market Hub to help overcome transparency by giving GPs real-time access to data and a full-circle view of the fund lifecycle.
Chat applications have become absolutely necessary in the hybrid working age. But 4Pines Fund Services’ Bob Chowaniec says these programs can serve as much more than just substitutions for in-person chats.
Retail investors KKR
iCapital Network’s Tom Fortin speaks to Private Funds CFO about the challenge of getting retail investors into private markets, the move to automation and more.
Education, policies and technology can help prevent cyber-threats.
Managers are likely to experience increased operational challenges as fund sizes and structures grow, says chief commercial officer at Alter Domus, Alex Traub.
Where once the fund administrator, like many businesses, focused on threats to their physical locations, 'now we have hundreds of remote user end points to protect,' says the CTO of Gen II Fund Services.

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