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Alan Halfenger is leaving the buyout titan after 10 years of service to join a compliance consultancy. 
As part of a new deal, The University of California has taken a minority stake in the valuation services provider while a major GP has increased its own investment in the company.
The LP trade body is soliciting opinion on how to account for co-investment fees and other costs as part of its quest to standardise fee reporting.
New rule proposals on succession planning and fiduciary duties are in the works, SEC chair Mary Jo White revealed.
Private equity’s top lobbyist plans to leave the post this month, kicking off an immediate search for his replacement.
Following ESMA’s decision to delay any recommendation that US managers be afforded a pan-EU marketing passport under the AIFMD, the PEGCC says it will continue speaking with EU regulators. 
A new bill to crack down on corruption is reportedly moving through the Indian parliament while a related initiative will address private sector bribery for the first time.
Sanjay Nayar, who heads KKR’s base in India, was named head of the Indian Private Equity & Venture Capital Association
The private funds specialists will succeed his boss Andrew Bowden as acting director at the end of the month
The former chairman of the House Financial Services Committee said the $150m threshold for GPs to become SEC registered advisers was worth reexamining and expressed doubts that asset managers will be labelled ‘systematically important’.

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