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Claire Wilson

Claire Wilson is the editor of private funds management, PEI Media’s cross-asset class legal and compliance-focused title. Based in London, Claire produces and oversees content for privatefundsmanagement.net and the monthly magazine. Prior to joining PEI she covered European energy policy and regulation, and asset management.

Schwarzman: US tax reform ‘no love letter to PE’

Blackstone’s chief executive says the changes could be a game-changer for the Trump presidency, but some provisions will hurt his business.

Ready and waiting

Much-publicized regulatory change failed to materialize, but game-changing tax reform gathered pace. Claire Wilson reviews the impact of 2017 on private fund management operations

Battle of the sexes

GPs must engage both men and women equally in conversations about fostering gender diversity, but the real drive will come from investors.

ICYMI – Deutsche and Sidley Austin appoint new staff

The pick of staff moves from the past few weeks.

Junior salaries soar while managing partners feel the squeeze

US-based associates’ salaries have surged 14 percent over the past 12 months, but managing partner pay has remained stagnant for the second year running.

NPPRs: the answer to post-Brexit fundraising blues

Even without a passport, UK-based GPs could find it surprisingly easy to access EU capital after the country leaves the EU.

Decoding cybersecurity

The WannaCry and NotPetya cyberattacks that struck earlier this year have some important lessons for private fund managers wanting to keep their firms safe.

Passports low priority for European Commission

Policymakers are focused instead on establishing a smoother-running single market, according to Sven Gentner, head of asset management at the EC.

SEC to ratchet up scrutiny of fees and expenses

The agency will start spending less time working on new financial regulations, according to its chairman, Jay Clayton.

The power of the LPAC

Limited partner advisory committees are meant to help resolve conflicts of interest, but are they being given adequate opportunity to do so? Claire Wilson reports on concerns they are being cut out of the action