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Supreme Court case tests power of SEC judges

A loss for the regulator in Lucia v SEC would plunge dozens of cases into uncertainty and could put a halt to the SEC's sanctioning powers.

US government sues PE firm for alleged kickback scheme

The case against buyout firm RLH and one of its portfolio companies may signal a 'significant development' in attempts to hold PE managers liable for portfolio company conduct, law firms say.

Execution is the key to a successful spin-out

Making the business case for spinning out is often easy; the potential pitfalls come from the details of doing it.

New Mexico SIC to validate all GP fees

The $23bn sovereign wealth fund has hired fund services firm Colmore to validate the fees and carry it pays to its managers.

Cambridge hires ex-Bain partner as human capital head

Elizabeth Ramos, the investment advisor's most senior hire since 2016, has been brought on in a newly-created position.

The BEPS effect

The global initiative is reshaping firm and fund structures.

The SEC: Still watching private funds

Private funds were not named in its 2018 priorities, but managers should read between the lines.

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