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Regulatory proposals in the US should, if enacted, strengthen the continuation fund industry.
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A provision of a bill in the US House of Representatives that further limits favourable tax treatment of carried interest could make continuation funds untenable, a panel has heard.
Asia
Fundraising delays, rising demand in China for US dollar commitments and a backlog of pandemic-paused transactions are leading to more buying opportunities in Asia-Pacific.
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With GP-led deals now a bigger market than LP stakes, managers will do well to ensure the market maintains its momentum.
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The former co-head of the SEC private funds unit speaks to Secondaries Investor about risks in the technical aspects of restructuring transactions.
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The international law firm has made seven growth hires into the group since December.
UK
The National Security and Investment regime could cause uncertainty and significant administrative burdens for investors, write legal experts from Hogan Lovells.
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Clarity on withholding tax issues for non-US investors means secondaries trades can now be conducted with greater ease, write Macfarlanes’ James McCredie and Florence Barnes.
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Elliot Weston, head of UK Tax and partner at Hogan Lovells, lays out the effects on buyers and sellers of LP fund stakes and what to expect from the proposed changes to stamp duty.
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In the firm’s Q2 earnings call, Jonathan Gray pointed out where in private markets he thinks investment from defined contribution benefit plans will be directed to first.
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