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UK managers marketing funds in Europe are facing challenges, with some newly devised approaches coming under increasing regulatory scrutiny
A new UK framework may prove particularly beneficial for credit funds, encouraging managers to look closer to home to ensure tax efficiency
The benchmark that has underpinned vast numbers of financial instruments globally is coming to an end. But there is a lively debate around what will replace it, and how suitable that replacement will be in the event of a crisis. Robin Blumenthal reports
Los Angeles
Former Ares exec loses millions in unvested stock incentives.
Gary Gensler
SEC chairman cites 'limited transparency' in wake of Archegos scandal
Creating a culture where women feel valued is key to improving gender diversity in secondaries, says Akin Gump’s Mary Lavelle.
Adebanke Adeyemo, director of Black Women in Asset Management, on how the sector’s employers can ensure talented Black women in their organisations thrive and reach the top.
There have been signs 'to be concerned that some firms are not taking [the LIBOR transition] seriously, are not taking the steps that they need to take and are not prepared, in which case, it could be bad'.
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New guidelines clear away a web of no-action letters and provide new guidance, possibly opening up the opportunity for private funds to innovate, but coming with their own complexities.

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