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Fiduciary Rule’s future remains uncertain

The regulation will be partially effective from June, but could still face a ‘full-scale rewrite.’

SEC homes in on IRR calculations

Firms should review whether capital from reinvestment or subscription credit lines should be included in IRR calculations.

Clayton to divest Apollo, Bain, Warburg Pincus exposure

The newly appointed head of the US financial regulator must divest direct and indirect holdings in at least 54 private markets funds.

Volcker Rule ‘efficacy’ under scrutiny

Efforts to assess the effectiveness of the rule were discussed at a Monday meeting.

Goldman reveals Volcker reprieve

The investment bank has been granted a five-year extension to divest private market holdings.

Idinvest hires legal advisor from Jones Day

Caroline Steil as a senior legal advisor from law firm Jones Day and will advise on the firm's secondaries activities.

SEC eyes unicorn valuations

Funds are using a range of valuation methodologies for unicorn companies, raising a red flag for the regulator.

A taxing problem

The growth of the secondaries market has led to problems relating to publicly traded partnership rules becoming more common.

EU regulation should focus on necessity

Overregulation could curtail growth and innovation in the asset management industry, delegates at a Luxembourg conference said.

Financial Choice Act will be presented ‘within weeks’

The Volcker Rule and other aspects of the Dodd-Frank Act will be scrapped if the bill is passed.