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Heard at the CFOs and COOs Forum

Some of the key talking points and takeaways from the largest gathering of private equity operations professionals.
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CFOs & COOs Forum 2019: What to watch out for

With more than 600 delegates gathering for the forum in New York on Jan. 16-17, we’re expecting robust discussion around some of the issues that matter most to the back office.

Four stories to monitor in 2019

What do we think we will be reporting this year? Data will feature heavily.

A Christmas (instant) message from the SEC

The latest risk alert reminds private equity firms to watch over employees’ use of social media and suggests best practices to improve monitoring.

Our most read this year: technology, terms and fees

A look at our most viewed content this year paints a clear picture about what CFOs want to know.

Reporting has never been so important

High quality reporting is correlated with better performance, says one recent study, which means the CFO is more crucial than ever. 
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CCOs need to fill in compliance gray areas with paperwork

An SEC ruling on email monitoring has done little to clarify the limits of compliance chiefs’ liability.

Abraaj: a test case for broken credit lines

Defaults on subscription credit facilities have been a rarity; Abraaj’s unwinding will provide useful insight into how these scenarios play out.

This may be the start of the SEC’s focus on allocation

The regulator will be monitoring firms that manage both mutual funds and private funds to check for allocation conflicts. PE firms should take note.

Four letters that spell responsibility

The Senior Managers and Certification Regime will revamp the structure and culture of private equity firms in many ways, valuations being one

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