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What steps to take in removing a GP

LPAs usually contain a clause for removal of the fund manager, either 'for cause' or 'no fault.' Malcolm Nicholls and Kate Simpson, of law firm Proskauer, lay out the negotiation points and the likely effect on economics.

Luxembourg fund growth hits UK, Channel Islands as preferred jurisdiction

RAIFs and LPs registered in Luxembourg are also on the rise in anticipation of the UK's secession from the EU.

Defaulting on commitments: what happens

When an LP can't meet a drawdown request, what happens? What recourse does a GP have? Ed Hall from law firm Goodwin analyzes the remedy and negotiation points in this extract from The LPA Anatomised.

More fund admin outsourcing likely in private real estate

Real estate fund managers expect to increase outsourcing of fund adminstration in 2018-19, and see regulation as most likely to affect their business over the next three years.

Real estate managers stick with familiar fund domiciles

Potential regulatory disruption is driving managers towards the fund domiciles they know. 

Fund domiciles: Jockeying for position

As the deadline for the UK to leave the EU approaches, Ireland and Luxembourg are winning the race to be the domicile of choice for London-based managers.

The price of Luxembourg’s Brexit bonus

The Grand Duchy is a big beneficiary of Britain's decision to leave the EU, but locals are grumbling that life is not what it used to be.

Back-office blues for private debt

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

Lack of talent and leadership impeding cybersecurity improvements

A survey of 100 firms by fund administrator Augentius found that more than 50% are less than satisfied with their cybersecurity arrangements.

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