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UBS: GPs are better prepared for next downturn

A more diverse market and better quality GPs will make a repeat of 2007 softer, according to senior executives at the bank.

PE firms press advantages to snap up tech assets

Strategic buyers are starting to lose out to private equity firms which are leveraging tech advantages in their portfolios, according to a Silicon Valley-based partner at Hogan Lovells.

The SEC takes a second look

Why the US Securities and Exchange Commission is once again probing the secondaries market.

Young Guns of Secondaries 2017: nominate now

Sister title Secondaries Investor is accepting entries for this year's list of the most influential young people in the secondaries industry.

First Round: Heavy hitter

A legal firm that packs a punch.

Three questions on fund finance

Demand for subscription credit lines is now being driven by the needs of separate accounts, say Jeff Johnston and Mike Mascia of the Fund Finance Association.

GPs shouldn’t rely on regulation rollback

Fund managers may be placing themselves at a disadvantage by pulling back their compliance efforts, an asset management lawyer says.

Mary Jo White returns to Debevoise

The former head of the Securities and Exchange Commission will become senior chairwoman at the global law firm.

Blake's progress

We revisit Private Equity International’s exclusive interview with pioneer of private equity law Jonathan Blake in May 2014 on the eve of SJ Berwin’s merger with KWM.

PE law ‘pioneer’ joins O’Melveny & Myers

Jonathan Blake spent almost 35 years at King and Wood Mallesons.

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