Show Only:
  • GP Operations

    PE & The Coronavirus Stimulus: Challenges and Opportunities

    Theresa Urband, a partner at RSM US LLP specializing in federal business tax, says there are still many provisions that will benefit PE firms looking to shore up cash flow and balance sheets as the pandemic grinds on. 

    April 14, 2020
    More
  • GP Operations

    Taxes in a Trump vs. Biden Administration

    US Private Equity and the 2020 Election. RSM financial services analyst Anthony DeCandido sets forth potential different paths for corporate and individual tax policy based on the presidential election outcome, as well as carried interest tax and accredited investor rules.

    October 28, 2020
    More
  • GP Operations

    US Managers Must Navigate New Fundraising Routes to Europe

    An expert discussion about the evolving regulatory landscape for capital formation in Europe

    October 13, 2020
    More
  • GP Operations

    LP Confidential: Top Tips for AGMs

    In our new feature, private equity limited partners share unfiltered, “off the record” views on all things alternatives. This installment  focuses on annual meetings—specifically, what drives LPs crazy about them. 

    June 30, 2020
    More
  • GP Operations

    Webinar: US Managers Must Navigate New Fundraising Routes to Europe

    Guidance from experts at Ernst & Young, Simpson Thacher and Alter Domus

    June 5, 2020
    More
  • GP Operations

    Private Equity Tax Policy 2020: 4 Things to Watch

    Before becoming national tax go-to-market leader for RSM US LLP in September, 2019, Jim Alex served at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, where he worked on tax reform implementation alongside Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy in the United States Department of Treasury Dave Kautter, who was with RSM prior to his role with…

    March 16, 2020
    More
  • GP Operations

    2020 Tax Outlook From a Former US Treasury Official

    James Alex of RSM, a former US Treasury official who worked on tax reform with other Trump Administration senior officials, discusses new tax rules including the deduction of business interests, Qualified Improvement Property rules, and the reporting challenges of Opportunity Zone regulations.

    February 3, 2020
    More
  • GP Operations

    The New ILPA Model LPA: What GPs Need to Know

    Robert Seber of Vinson & Elkins discusses a new model limited partnership agreement from the Institutional Limited Partner Association and why general partners need to be aware that a suggested “prudent person” standard has a very specific history and understanding in the investment management industry.

    January 30, 2020
    More
  • GP Operations

    Carefully Calculating the Waterfall

    Part of the Gen II Fund Services thought-leadership series, Unlocking the Power of Private Equity Data.

    Private equity fund economics are complicated – just ask the people whose job it is to calculate who gets paid how much and when. The distribution waterfall determines how profits are shared among GPs and LPs, and…

    December 11, 2019
    More
  • GP Operations

    The Rise of Operational Due Diligence

    Institutional investors increasingly are focused not only on the returns generated by private equity managers, but on the soundness of the firm’s infrastructure. With each passing day, it seems that the legal, regulatory and competitive environment in which private capital firms do business becomes more complex, thereby elevating the risks faced even by firms…

    July 22, 2019
    More
  • GP Operations

    Q&A: Women in Private Equity

    Sally Mahloudji Vogelhut of MVision describes the reasons behind underrepresentation in the industry and what can be done to address it.

    March 11, 2019
    More
  • GP Operations

    Women in Private Equity: A Push for Greater Inclusion

    Why are there so few women in senior positions in private equity?

    January 17, 2019
    More