Regulation & Compliance

Dunedin’s Karan Darroch on evolution of role and industry outlook

Detailing the growing complexities of PE finance and operations functions

5 minutes with… Castalia Compliance

Tracy Diamond, founder of boutique consultancy Castalia Compliance reveals her top tips for handling growing regulatory burdens

CFO role broader and more complex

Key take-aways from latest CFO survey, conducted by AltaReturn

South Korean regulator adopts AI for PE

FSS is currently seeking a provider to develop the technology

Talks on post-Brexit delegation said to near completion

Discussions reportedly nearing “wrap-up” for MoUs able to prevent no-deal cut-off

Debevoise appoints funds regulatory counsel

John Young joins from Ropes & Gray

Masters of the universe

Private equity’s legitimacy is under threat in the new world order shaped by citizen unrest

Private equity under populist rule

As the economy becomes a global chessboard, what does protectionism hold in store for GPs?

Financial services divided over Brexit impacts

Implications for the sector murkier than ever after May’s Salzburg fiasco

ACA provides GIPS guide

Analysis opens window into how 900+ firms approach increasingly key reporting framework

Jersey sharpens domiciling appeal with new structure

Offshore base in bid to lure US firms through newly-created LLC entity

FCA calls for input on PRIIPs

Financial watchdog recognises concerns over scope and KIDs

Channel Islands propose new economic substance rules

Jersey takes lead in setting gold standard on substance

UK lays out no-deal Brexit risks for financial services

Guidance emerges as UK puts forward proposal for ‘enhanced equivalence’

The enforcers: Autorité des Marchés Financiers

France’s bid for post-Brexit business opens our global series on regulators

PE caught in global trade crossfire

New powers granted to US body will expose GPs to scrutiny over foreign LPs

Data paints Luxembourg as Europe’s top domicile

Industry figures confirm jurisdiction’s strengths even as AuM stats flatline

Managers look abroad as Brexit looms

State Street surveyed 250 managers between May and June this year