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    High Net Worth Capital and Liquidity in Alternatives

    Brian Murphy of Portfolio Advisors discusses the evolving liquidity options for high net worth investors, who increasingly are seeking access to private capital strategies. Murphy describes the very illiquid early days of alternatives, the growth of wealthy individuals as LPs who need smaller “ticket sizes,” the administrative challenges of providing liquidity, and the growing popularity…

    April 19, 2021
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    The Tax Function as Value-Add Lever

    Two veterans of the private equity tax function discuss the challenges of getting data tax-ready, the finance team’s move to high-value tax analysis, and a new RSM tax technology solution called PartnerSight. Click here to learn more about PartnerSight.

    March 3, 2021
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    What Washington Needs to Understand About Private Equity

    The chairman of Washington DC-based advocacy group American Investment Council, which seeks to tell the “good stories” of the private equity industry.

    February 26, 2021
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    Expanding to Ease Private Capital’s Growing Pains

    Doug Hart and Paul Woods of Alter Domus discuss the challenges of private capital

    February 22, 2021
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    Ireland’s Step Forward in Global Fund Management

    Fund structuring in Ireland

    February 16, 2021
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    Ireland: Launch Point for European Fundraising Success

    Fund structuring experts from Monroe Capital, Dechert, PwC and Alter Domus describe the new opportunity to domicile alternative investment funds in Ireland. The discussion includes a comparison of fund structures, tax and operational implications, advice for US GPs new to European fundraising, and the impact of Brexit. Download the slide deck here .

    December 8, 2020
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    The Future of Data and Reporting in Private Equity

    An expert discussion about how technology and standards will further deepen GP/LP relationships. Speakers from ILPA, Pine Brook and SS&C Intralinks discuss the move toward standardized reporting in private equity, the stumbling blocks that faxes and PDFs represent, the need for industry-wide adoption, the challenge of ad hoc reporting, the relative reporting maturity of the…

    November 26, 2020
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    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. Visit RSM’s Election 2020: Insights for the Middle Market

    October 28, 2020
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    Webinar: US Managers Must Navigate New Fundraising Routes to Europe

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

    June 5, 2020
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    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
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    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
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    Women in Private Equity: A Push for Greater Inclusion

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

    January 17, 2019
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