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Claire Wilson

Claire Wilson is the editor of private funds management, PEI Media’s cross-asset class legal and compliance-focused title. Based in London, Claire produces and oversees content for privatefundsmanagement.net and the monthly magazine. Prior to joining PEI she covered European energy policy and regulation, and asset management.

Confidence Trump will be a positive for PE dwindles

More than 50% of respondents to an Association of Corporate Growth survey think the new administration is a neutral or negative for the industry.

US tax reform prompts January scramble for PE firms

Short-term issues will take centre stage as managers wrestle with the newly introduced laws.

TPG Partners fined over monitoring fees

The firm was also accused by the SEC of failing to implement an adequate compliance programme.

All in the same boat

US managers navigating changes to interest deductibility rules can turn to their British and German counterparts for advice and, if they’re lucky, hope.

Schwarzman: US tax reform ‘no love letter to PE’

Blackstone’s chief executive says the changes could be a game-changer for the Trump presidency and that some provisions will hurt his business.

Private fund managers still digesting US tax reform

The House bill includes a proposal to limit interest deductibility, and measures that will increase personal taxes paid by fund managers.

Private fund managers still digesting US tax reform

The House bill includes a proposal to limit interest deductibility, and measures that will increase personal taxes paid by fund managers.

Regulation watch: Who guards the guards?

A hack on the US Securities and Exchange Commission led to a cybersecurity review, while UK firms must be aware of tax avoidance legislation

30 under 40 PE lawyers: finalists revealed

Presenting the finalists from sister publication pfm's search for the top 30 private fund lawyers under the age of 40.

Regulation Watch: mind the gap

The European Commission is clamping down on regulatory arbitrage, while venture capitalists are using third-party administrators to come to market.