Monitoring underpins growth

February 2018

After the global financial crisis crippled banks 10 years ago, they were left with impaired loans, resulting in write-downs and diminished regulatory capital. An unexpected consequence has been a difficult financing environment for banks’ traditional customers and the rise of private debt funds.

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The makings of a new administration model

May 2017

Large managers are increasingly outsourcing a tailored set of fund administration functions to improve efficiency and control costs. As new regulations and increasingly complex collateral pools have forced hedge fund managers to step up collateral and treasury management activities, so they have turned to fund administrators for assistance.

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BEPS: issues for private equity and real estate funds

March 2017

The Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has reached key milestones, and there are areas that require special attention from global private equity and real estate funds.

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