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Confidence Trump will be a positive for PE dwindles

More than 50 percent of respondents to an ACG survey think the new administration is a neutral or negative for the industry.

Private equity funds under Trump: one year on

Foley & Lardner partners Greg Husisian and Todd Boudreau, and associate Kevin McNiff, analyze where the administration has left the industry

GDPR compliance is now front and center

The delayed introduction of UK manager compliance rules means firms can now focus on General Data Protection Regulation.

The challenge of credit

Private equity firms face some complex legal and compliance issues if they want to expand into credit funds, write Jason Brown, Jessica O’Mary and Catherine Skulan of Ropes & Gray

Compliance deadline extended for UK managers

A 2019 Senior Managers & Certification Regime deadline will be confirmed by the Treasury after an FCA consultation.

LP: Be prudent on credit lines

Prudential Portfolio Management Group's head of alternatives shares his thoughts on challenging GPs over subscription finance.

A week with Blackstone’s CFO

Michael Chae, a deal guy who moved into management, on corporate finance and the three layers of the CFO role.

All in the same boat

US managers navigating changes to interest deductibility rules can turn to their British and German counterparts for advice and, if they’re lucky, hope.

Can blockchain be an infra gamechanger?

Blockchain has taken centre stage thanks to the rise of cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. But can the technology that allows for secure transactions between parties also change the way infrastructure is managed?

FCA reduces senior managers regime compliance burden

Firms will have 12 months to comply with the new regulation and will not have to submit paperwork to transition from the old version of the rule.