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People moves: Blackstone, Pomona, Landmark promotions

Hires and promotions at fund managers, service providers and lawyers.

Five most read in 2017

The top five stories from www.privatefundsmanagement.net over the past 12 months

Evolving perspectives: 2018 outlook

The great and the good of private fund finance and compliance gathered first in New York, and then in San Francisco, to discuss the most pressing fund operations and regulation issues of the moment, and to look at what awaits them in 2018.

Adams Street opens Seoul office

Chris Cho, who joined the Adams Street Partners this month from Lazard Asset Management, will head the firm's Seoul outpost as a principal.

Under pressure

CFOs of lower mid-market private equity firms are facing mounting demands on the back and middle office, but finding the right release valve for fund administration duties is not always so simple

CFO 2.0: Far beyond the audits

The role of a private equity firm CFO may start with finance and accounting, but it spreads much further than that, as Toby Mitchenall discovered when he sat down with a panel of senior executives and technical experts

CFO 2.0: Turning up the heat

Limited partners are adding a whole new layer of demands to a CFO’s bulging in-tray.

GRESB’s ESG performance indicator gets investor backing

The Amsterdam-based benchmarking organization’s latest evaluation, which has received support from APG and PGGM, is intended for real estate firms that have begun to adopt sustainability practices.

PE firm fined $1m in conflicts case

Principals at Augustine Capital were prosecuted for using its fund’s assets to make conflicting transactions and not notifying investors.