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Developing nations pose biggest bribery risk for CFOs, executives

The 2018 TRACE Bribery Risk Matrix covering 200 countries and territories found that Somalia, Libya, Venezuela, Chad and Turkmenistan are riskiest.

Increase in diverse-owned firms ‘frustratingly slow’

A new report shows the number of women-owned funds raised in 2017 is less than 3 percentage points higher than in 2006, and for minority-owned funds the increase is even narrower.

Shutdown leaves tax questions unanswered

Industry practitioners filing taxes for the first time since The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 came into effect are expecting a backlog at the agency.

How CFOs are readying for a downturn

With a market correction on the horizon, CFOs are prepping their firms and fund portfolios to weather the storm.

DATA SNAPSHOT: PE firms turn to ILPA to boost transparency

70% of delegates at the CFOs & COOs Forum 2019 are being asked by at least some investors to use the ILPA reporting template.

CFOs and COOs Forum: make sure your cyber-risk management is SEC compliant

Chief financial officers are in a unique position to spot vulnerabilities in their firm’s cybersecurity armor and weed them out.

SEC declares 2019 exam priorities

The regulator will focus on cyber-risk management and anti-money laundering as it checks up on firms.

CFOs and COOs Forum: How firms are tackling a lack of gender diversity

More than half of GPs are currently making an effort to increase diversity in their teams.

Citing accounting inconsistency, IPEV removes pricing calculation for fair value

The valuation trade group removed a technique that was in previous guidelines because members of the industry weren’t applying it properly.

DATA SNAPSHOT: Sizing up the GP commitment

The GP's commitment to a new fund varies and can depend on the amount of funding.
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