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Brexit shadow won’t fall on Jersey

The domicile will remain attractive to private equity fund managers looking to market vehicles in all or parts of the European continent, regardless of Brexit’s effect on the national private placement regime, Elliot Refson, business development director for funds at Jersey Finance, explains to pfm
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Fund managers should prepare for a worst-case Brexit scenario

They need to zero in on their specific fund’s focus before contemplating what the outcome of any type of Brexit vote will mean to them, Robert Mirsky, head of EisnerAmper’s asset management group and head of EisnerAmper UK, tells pfm

Fund administration in a post-Abraaj world

GPs and fund administrators are strengthening their long-term relationships to ensure private equity firms’ operations are up to investors’ standards.

Fundraising changes hit CFO responsibilities

In this sponsored roundtable, five private equity experts gather to discuss the private fundraising market, how it has evolved in the past 10 years and the increasing role of the CFO.

The trouble with Excel

Demands from investors and regulators may make Excel obsolete in the years to come, but the founders of software company qashqade argue there are solutions already available that will make it easy to escape today’s spreadsheet hassles.

The barriers to marketing AIFs in Europe

AIFMD was supposed to make it easier and more efficient for fund managers to raise capital in Europe. Pierre Weimerskirch of LIS – a SANNE company – asks whether it has succeeded.

The private equity CFO’s new world order

Five private equity experts gather to discuss the private fundraising market, how it has evolved in the past 10 years, the increasing role of the CFO and the consequences of the abundance of money for the industry.

Fund managers learn to stop worrying and start outsourcing

As the industry grows more comfortable outsourcing back office functions, we sat down with SANNE’s Fred Steinberg to discuss what’s driving the trend, and why LPs appreciate the independence that fund administrators provide.

When are LPs happy to foot admin costs?

Ranjan Mishra, Viteos Fund Services, senior vice-president for private equity, discusses findings from the company’s recent survey among limited partners.

Ireland’s flexible fund structure

The ICAV fund structure in Ireland has been around since 2015, but alternative asset firms are only just discovering its wide range of benefits. Harold Adrion and Patterson Chiweshe of EisnerAmper describe its attractions.

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