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NYCERS: Industry ‘could do a better job’ on GP-leds

David Enriquez, the $65bn pension's co-head of private equity, says the market needs to differentiate between types of process and their purpose.

Elad Roisman sworn in as SEC commissioner

The Trump-appointee fills a position vacated by Michael Piwowar in July.

Ares to complete legal C-corp switch by year-end

The move will simplify tax reporting requirements and could see it list on other stock exchanges in an effort to further boost its investor base.

US Treasury calls for law promoting regulator and financial firm ‘partnerships’

The recommendation came in a report ordered by President Trump on the future of US financial regulation.

LPs push Blackstone to raise infra fund’s hurdle rate at first close

One investor said the original rate was ‘just not a standard hurdle’, as we take a closer look at the $5bn first close.

OPIC nears PE investment mandate as House passes legislation

President Trump is likely to pass the BUILD Act into law after the bill goes back to the Senate for review.

The problem with accelerated monitoring fees

The issue is less about what you charge, and more about who you tell.

Real estate managers stick with familiar fund domiciles

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

States continue the fight on carried interest tax

The battle over carried interest tax at state-level rests on whether it is seen as a reward for labor or for risk.

CFIUS overhaul seen impacting investment practices by non-US LPs

Non-US LPs in US funds should expect 'additional scrutiny' during reviews and investigations by a beefed-up Committee on Foreign Investment in the US.

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