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A decision is soon due on industry groups' legal moves to block the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s sweeping private fund rules.
Registrants broke through triple digits at the industry organisation’s London event, where the mood was optimistic, though the near-term future is filled with uncertainties.
Money and healthcare policy concept. Colorful medical pills cover Benjamin Franklin's face on one hundred american dollar bill. Macro top down view.
Vastly expanded powers by the US health department means PE firms will need to provide greater transparency and accountability in how they run their healthcare businesses.
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From a heightened focus on human rights considerations to responsible AI integration, the ESG sphere is witnessing dynamic transformations.
Banks that are unaware of the extent of their exposure to private equity could face ‘severe, unexpected losses’, according to the UK’s central bank.
As the public markets continue to shrink, the case for GPFG’s entry into private equity is not only one of returns but, increasingly, one of diversification.
The proposals could bring greater certainty for overseas private equity firms and ‘level the playing field’ with their Australian counterparts, according to legal experts.
Could alternative interpretations of offshoring private equity fund structures spread to other parts of the world?
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Jail time, fines and increasing investigations from the local tax authority – in Germany’s largest state, the private equity industry appears to be in a state of fear when it comes to the issue of tax and offshoring.

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