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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.

AIMA strikes deal with Germany lobby group

AIMA and Germany’s BAI will cooperate to influence regulation alongside the ACC.

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

Big data is watching you

Technology has enabled investors to learn more about how infrastructure assets work than ever before – and they’re taking advantage of this insight in different ways.

In the midst of a sea change

Today’s fund administrators are a far cry from yesterday’s accounting firm spin-offs, offering services from back office outsourcing through to risk management and performance attribution

LPs: ‘Aggressive culture’ puts women off GP roles

Work-life balance is also better at LPs than at fund managers, research by Coller Capital found.

How to protect yourself against a hack

No cybersecurity programme can be totally foolproof, but there are key ways to reinforce any effort and mitigate the biggest cyber-risks.

Being Brexit-savvy

Fund managers have the ability to navigate even the trickiest of outcomes. Rebecca Akrofie lays out the marketing options

Guernsey to implement GDPR equivalent

The Channel Islands fund hub is aiming to keep pace with EU regulatory change, according to law firm Carey Olsen.

Adams Street opens Seoul office

Chris Cho, who joined the Adams Street Partners this month from Lazard Asset Management, will head the firm's Seoul outpost as a principal.