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The five biggest private equity stories so far this year

From the next leaders of the industry to the intricacies of EBITDA, these are the stories that have generated the most interest on Private Equity International in 2019.
Books summer reading list

Summer reads of the investor community

Looking for an icebreaker at your next investor meeting? Ask about one of these books.

Why LPs are upping the ante on fee verification

A number of factors are pushing investors to seek outside help in sifting through their fees, expenses and carried interest payments.

A Warren-ing to private markets

The future of alternative assets could look very different under Elizabeth Warren or other liberal US presidential candidates.
Bitten apple

Dyal seeks another bite of the apple

The Neuberger Berman unit’s foray into credit will enable to it to re-target the same opportunity set.
Technology

Three trends shaping the fund admin business

Technology, M&A and more sophisticated investors are shaping the fund administrators of the future.
European Union

How the UK can still exert influence in Europe

The European Parliament has approved changes to the pre-marketing of alternatives funds that should make the process easier across the continent.

Fund administration special: Blue Wolf CFO on outsourcing

Blue Wolf Capital's chief financial officer, Joshua Cherry-Seto, discusses his biggest regret, most important lesson learned and best tips on outsourcing.

Hong Kong’s extradition crisis is a headwind for private equity

The territory's recent protests pose a challenge to attempts by the financial centre to cement its status as a private equity hub.

Are co-investment risks fully understood?

Co-investment is rapidly growing into a significant portion of private equity activity, but has yet to go through a whole cycle.
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