Could setbacks in emerging market fundraising hinder global development objectives?
As regulation and voluntary initiatives start to create alignment around ESG expectations in private equity, we explore how the Principles for Responsible Investment maintains its allure.
Proposed changes to the way private markets operate were met with concern about unintended consequences.
IPEV’s expanded guidelines aim to help sponsors with dislocation and distress.
Gary Gensler, head of the US financial regulator, is expected to focus on ESG and market structure reforms.
The SEC's proposed private funds reforms are also 'influencing' the market, especially around prohibited activities and GP-led deals, says Paul, Weiss partner Marco Masotti.
Investor safety is front of mind for all regulators and firms have to ensure clarity and transparency in retail offerings, PEl’s Women in Private Markets Summit has heard.
Investors are in the driving seat when it comes to GPs’ compliance with the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation, say Debevoise & Plimpton’s Jin-Hyuk Jang and Patricia Volhard.
European private equity has a long history of outperformance in challenging environments. Despite the current geopolitical and macroeconomic tumult, LPs should be prepared to maintain the momentum of their investment programmes.