Stricter rules for private credit funds operating in Europe are set to be approved by the European Union this week in response to recent rapid growth in the sector and a subsequent uptick in concerns over potential risks to the stability of financial markets, according to a report by Bloomberg.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission is facing a legal challenge to its latest set of rules, which require hedge funds and private equity firms to detail quarterly fees and expenses to investors, according to a report by Bloomberg.
OEP Capital Advisors was penalised $4m by the Securities and Exchange Commission, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.
Private equity firms will be required to publicly disclose how much they invest in China and other “countries of concern” under the terms of a new bipartisan bill introduced by two US senators on Thursday, according to a report by Reuters.
The first year of any new regulatory paradigm is challenging, as all stakeholders involved look to find their feet. A recent Novata and Private Equity Wire webinar with senior ESG leaders within the private markets space revealed that SFDR has been no exception.
Private equity firms and other private investment firms, including hedge funds and venture capital funds, face having to spend billions of dollars to ensure compliance with a raft of new rules adopted by the SEC last month, according to a report by The Financial Times.
Hedge funds and private equity firms are facing increased disclosure of their fees, and new restrictions on giving certain investors special treatment, after the US Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted a raft of new rules and amendments governing the $18tn private funds sector.
A legal clash between hedge funds and private equity firms and the SEC is looming large over the regulator’s proposed plan to tighten rules on the disclosure of fees and dealing with investors, according to a report by Bloomberg.
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