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Pacific Equity Partners on why the Australian mid-market is thriving

Australia combines both access to Asian growth markets and the stability of a US-style regulatory system, says David Brown of the Sydney-based buyout firm.

German market is full of potential – roundtable

Recent mega-deals have electrified the German private equity market, but what’s next? Our panel of experts share their thoughts on what’s in store.

Foresight on how to maximise renewables returns

With clean energy now an established asset class, we asked Foresight partner Dan Wells how to minimise risk.

Intertrust: Investors are more risk-focused

In an increasingly challenging investment environment, limited partners are concentrating more on market risk profiles to drive improved investments, say Intertrust’s Paul Lawrence and James Ferguson.

Alter Domus on why it’s time to declutter

Increased complexity in fund management and the rise of technological solutions are leading private equity firms to take a long, hard look at their back and middle office functions, says Emmanuel Raffner of Alter Domus.

SS&C GlobeOp: LP demands fuel growth in outsourcing

As LP demands and regulatory complexity boost outsourcing, Joe Patellaro and Rishi Khanna of SS&C GlobeOp discuss how GPs can select the right service provider and ensure a smooth onboarding process.

SEI on how to meet operational challenges

GPs must offer investors a more personal experience if they want to maintain a competitive advantage, say Jim Cass and Rich Harland of SEI.

GEN II: Fund admin is in the midst of a sea change

Today’s fund administrators are a far cry from yesterday’s accounting firm spin-offs, offering services from back office outsourcing through to risk management and performance attribution, says Steven Millner of Gen II Fund Services.

Why China funds are forced to look overseas

Baker McKenzie partners Bee Chun Boo and William Holder explain how Chinese managers are contending with stiff competition for assets.

Riding the China buyout wave

Adapting a US buyout model to China requires patience, local know-how and a willingness to learn from mistakes, says Yichen Zhang, the founder of CITIC Capital

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