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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.

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.

A larger slice of the pie

Salaries for junior staff in Europe are rising faster than for those at the top of the tree. Rebecca Akrofie finds out what is driving the numbers.

Under pressure

CFOs of lower mid-market private equity firms are facing mounting demands on the back and middle office, but finding the right release valve for fund administration duties is not always so simple

Legal terms scupper LPAC institutionalization

Investors’ caution over their legal status and liability means LPACs are unlikely to take on greater responsibilities

Fund admin firms Alter Domus and Cortland agree merger

Cortland says the deal will strengthen its debt and real estate offerings.

Adams Street names Credit Suisse exec as COO

The private markets firm has appointed James Walker, who held the same role in wealth management units at Morgan Stanley and Citi.

How to protect your firm from the hackers

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

ICYMI: fund administration stories of the year

The year has been filled with news of consolidation in the industry, with Deutsche Bank sell-offs dominating the fourth quarter so far.

They’re hired: BC Partners, SilverStreet and Temasek have new staff

Investment manager BC Partners has appointed a head of fund administration in London, and UK firm SilverStreet has named its new general counsel.