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40 under 40: Future Leaders of Private Equity. Meet the lawyers making their mark on the private equity industry.
The PEI team pored over more than 300 nominations to find this year’s class of 40 future leaders in the private equity industry
As private equity firms battle to stay abreast of the latest regulatory, ESG and dealmaking changes, PEI asks senior lawyers from Cinven, Triton and Nordic Capital how their roles are changing.
Amid heightened scrutiny over data privacy and disclosure requirements, private equity firms should know the basic housekeeping on compliance, writes Ashurst’s UK data protection head Rhiannon Webster.
indemnification exculpation securities exchange commission SEC proposals
Changes to how the US Securities and Exchange Commission could get involved in indemnification and exculpation have come completely out of the blue, say industry practitioners.
US Securities and Exchange Commission SEC proposals
The degree to which non-US sponsors would be impacted by the changes depends on whether they are registered with the SEC.
safety mechanism downside protection China investment
Managers are utilising mechanisms such as convertible debt instruments, put options and minimum returns to mitigate uncertainty over exits.
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Recent SEC proposals could upend practices that have been 'widely accepted for decades in the PE industry', says Morgan Lewis partner Jedd Wider.
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Beware of the Dog Warning Sign on the Wooden Fence
The UK’s National Security and Investment Act is unlikely to translate into diminished overseas appetites for domestic assets.

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