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Tackling next-generation compensation

With most managers employing European waterfalls, the challenge has been to retain younger employees while getting investor buy-in.

Why ‘shadow banking’ in Europe does not need more rules

Further regulation of non-bank lending is unnecessary, a new white paper argues. It’s time to look at the smaller picture within individual member states.

Is regulation becoming overly politicized?

Regulated infrastructure assets still attract investors, even as GPs call regulatory risk one of their main concerns. Sister publication Infrastructure Investor examines the fall-out.

Belgium fund reform to boost PE fundraising

Reforms to Belgium’s private privak fund structure will make private funds more attractive investment propositions for LPs, according to a leading lawyer in the country.

The impact of MiFID II

Following the application of MiFID II on January 3, John Young, financial regulatory counsel at Ropes & Gray, takes stock of the impact on EU private equity.

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