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Plunging asset values could cause a wipeout in carried interest for fund managers, pushing them to look for other means of funding commitment to future funds.
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A lawsuit involving Blackstone and KKR’s hedge fund businesses could have a bearing on wider private markets.
Todd Boudreau argues that ILPA’s model LPAs can give emerging managers an edge in a highly competitive market, helping to attract new relationships and reduce the costs and complexities of negotiation.
The fund finance market is producing innovative solutions to the liquidity crisis, but they come with complexities.
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Uncertainty over valuations, the denominator effect and LP defaults could be on the cards in the second half of a very unusual year for the private equity industry.
What did we learn about private equity amid the unfolding of a pandemic?
Regulators are seeking to remove barriers to fintech innovation while also protecting consumers, write Benjamin Lyon and John Young, international counsels at Debevoise & Plimpton.
The Neuberger Berman unit’s management-fees securitisation this week shows GPs are coming up with novel ways to give liquidity.
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A new paper argues LPs are turning a blind eye to high fees and mediocre performance in their PE portfolios. Is this a fair assessment?
Fund managers won’t be happy with every recommendation the LP body is making, but in a more challenging market environment investors will surely welcome the extra disclosure.

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