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Clear Intent: Private equity’s new regulatory landscape awaits

Clear Intent: Private equity’s new regulatory landscape awaits

June 2022 | Private equity is about to get less private. Since the financial crisis, regulation has increased in the industry but not by much. In 2011, US financial regulator the SEC acknowledged that many private equity funds remained outside of the Commission’s regulatory oversight even though they managed large sums of money for hundreds of investors.
The ‘Clear Intent: Private equity’s new regulatory landscape awaits’ special report comprises zero separate articles listed below, these can be read individually or as a sequence.
The majority of private equity fund managers already disclose enough financial information to their LPs on fees and performance, say critics of new SEC proposals. So, who benefits from a more transparent asset class? With private assets under management at
Europe has led the way on sustainable finance regulation with the SFDR. As the US and UK step up their own guidance, some regional divergence means fund managers are customising their approach… It has been over a year since Europe’s
With deal volumes at an all-time high in 2021, merger controls have increased along the lines of national security, anti-trust and corruption. Extra scrutiny may slow some high-profile private equity-backed deals this year… M&A volumes reached a record high in
Some limited partners are arguing for a more tailored approach from regulators, but new rules on transparency will also help to make underlying pension holders more comfortable with the asset class in the long-term…

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