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Back-office blues for private debt

As the asset class continues to grow quickly, it is struggling to ensure that administrative aspects keep pace.

A key-man conundrum

KKR’s poaching of CLSA’s head of real estate has implications for private fund managers of all asset classes.

Five ways to make private real estate CFOs’ and COOs’ lives easier

Private real estate’s finance and operating officers face myriad challenges, but many have a common solution, the audience heard at sister publication PERE's CFO/COO Forum.

Playing the long game on transparency

Some GPs are opting to bypass pensions that demand disclosures around fees and expenses, but they may find LPs have long memories.

No complacency for compliance

The message to GPs from our Private Fund Compliance Forum this week was clear: the SEC will be back.

SEC can fend off a compliance fiasco

GPs could submit to regulations from many states or, if ILPA has its way, comply with a national standard on transparency of fees and expenses.

Why the switch to C-corp doesn’t add up

Food for thought for those firms mulling switching from partnership to corporation.

An IRRitating metric

Is the internal rate of return the most appropriate way of presenting investment performance?

When it comes to talent, PERE firms could learn from tech

Most managers would benefit from rethinking their compensation structures and corporate cultures – or else risk losing their best young employees.

Whose track record is it anyway?

An emerging manager’s historical performance can attract detailed scrutiny from the SEC; here’s how to stay on the right side of the regulator.

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