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Claire Wilson

Claire Wilson is the editor of private funds management, PEI Media’s cross-asset class legal and compliance-focused title. Based in London, Claire produces and oversees content for privatefundsmanagement.net and the monthly magazine. Prior to joining PEI she covered European energy policy and regulation, and asset management.

Fund services report: Beyond the blockchain buzz

Blockchain has become one of the most popular buzzwords in the financial technology space. But is there substance beyond the hype for the fund services industry, asks Claire Wilson.

ESMA to be single point of contact for non-EU managers

The regulator’s supervisory powers could increase under proposals from the European Commission.

Many GPs still fall short on reporting

Less than half of fund managers are ‘up to speed’ with investor information demands, a survey found.

SEC to crack down on misleading marketing materials

The regulator issued a risk alert after finding consistent shortcomings in the way performance is advertised.

SEC to crack down on misleading marketing materials

The regulator issued a risk alert after finding consistent shortcomings in the way performance is advertised.

Fund managers ‘will have their say’ over FCA rules

Private capital firms will not have to file the same template as retail managers, and will be consulted over its introduction.

ILPA urges LPs to ask about credit lines

Quarterly reports to investors must be explicit on the use of subscription credit lines, while LPs must ask for data that discounts the impact of borrowed cash, the lobby group recommends.

Debt funds to benefit from ECB leverage rules

Private debt funds will benefit from proposed EU rules that will make it more difficult for banks to lend into leveraged transactions, according to law firm Hogan Lovells.

Greenspan: Dodd-Frank repeal would be ‘nearly impossible’

The former Fed chair told PEI's CFOs and COOs Forum that the act has had a negative impact on the US economy, but repealing it would be very difficult.