News & Analysis

Q&A: General Atlantic’s CIO on managing cyber-risk

Casey Santos shares thoughts on cyber-risk trends and how AI could be used to prevent cyber attacks.

VIDEO: How will the CFO role change in the next 5 years?

CFOs from Harbourvest, Roark Capital Group, ACON Investments and more share how they think the CFO role will change in the next five years.

Want to raise money from Europeans? It’s about to get harder

Revisions to AIFMD are going to make reverse solicitation more difficult without a passport, writes lawyer Matija Repolusk.

Why you should follow TowerBrook and become a B Corp

The private equity firm broke ground when it earned its B Corp accreditation: it looks like a very smart move.

Cash doesn’t lie

Cashflow forecasting isn’t standard practice, but it should be. Anthony Horvat of Accordion lays out the myths that are holding it back.

What you always wanted to know about the SEC’s priorities, but were afraid to...

Ryan Hinson, securities compliance examiner at the Securities and Exchange Commission, will be interviewed onstage by his former colleague Marshall Sprung, Blackstone's global head of compliance, at the PERE CFOs and COOs Forum in New York on May 8.

Fund finance is no longer ‘nice-to-have’ – survey

Research by Intertrust finds 42% of alternatives managers are already using a fund finance facility, and almost a quarter would consider doing so in the future.

Swimming against the carry tax tide

While the rest of the world is nudging up the tax payable on carried interest, Hong Kong is mulling a move the other way.

5 tips to recognize revenue and why valuations are unaffected by new rules

Private equity valuations shouldn't feel a major impact from the new revenue recognition rules, writes PJ Patel, senior managing director and co-CEO of Valuation Research Corp. But valuation professionals should pay attention to certain accounting standards that are on the horizon.

Why Hong Kong needs to change its view of carry

If it wants to compete with other regional private equity hubs, the territory needs to solve the issue of the tax treatment of carried interest, writes KPMG China's Darren Bowdern.

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