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Financier Worldwide: Private Equity

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    • Top MENA risks identified at forum
      Understanding how GPs assess management teams and the corporate governance processes of MENA target companies is critical to fund manager selection, said CDC’s Mark Kenderdine-Davies at a recent industry forum.
      - 27 Sep 13, 11:42am -
    • LPs demand FATCA assurances
      Private equity firms have been revisiting their LPAs to ensure that only non-FATCA compliant LPs get punished by a withholding tax.
      - 26 Sep 13, 7:44am -
    • AXA deal hangs on legal appeal
      AXA Private Equity and Chinese powerhouse Fosun’s takeover of Club Med has been delayed by an appeals court hearing.
      - 25 Sep 13, 7:36am -
    • Vista deal faces legal scrutiny
      Vista Equity Partners’ take-private of Greenway Medical Technologies faces a legal challenge after shareholders launched an investigation into whether or not Greenway’s board sold at the right price.
      - 25 Sep 13, 6:40am -
    • Industry lobbies Reg D proposals
      Tighter rules on general solicitation will do more harm than good for private issuers, the Private Equity Growth Capital Council said in a letter sent to SEC officials.
      - 24 Sep 13, 12:42pm -
    • JAG Shaw creates VC practice
      The law firm hopes the addition of tech specialist Tina Baker (pic) will help it win more business in the venture capital space.
      - 24 Sep 13, 11:36am -
    • KPMG recruits Diamond Castle CFO
      PE Manager tracks third party service providers: iLEVEL launches an iPad app; KPMG makes a series of hires; Kinetic Partners bolsters its regulatory practice; and more
      - 24 Sep 13, 9:11am -
    • The UK's tax conundrum
      It’s too simplistic to call ‘compensating adjustments’ a loophole. But is the industry really well-advised – particularly in the current climate – trying to defend a tax advantage that seems to have arisen by mistake?
      - 23 Sep 13, 8:22pm -
    • Sweden taxman sets sight on next GP target
      Swedish tax agency Skatteverket is intensifying its scrutiny of private equity firms by demanding executives at Altor Equity Partners pay SEK306 million in back taxes.
      - 23 Sep 13, 10:50am -
    • Ex-LPs launch performance tracking software
      Private equity firms using monthly cash flows as part of their track record analysis might be getting their sums wrong, says fresh research from a software provider launched by SL Capital founding partners.
      - 23 Sep 13, 7:48am -


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      • Provident Financial needs to gets its skates on if it's to save itself | Nils Pratley
        An unwelcome bid from its former boss’s upstart rival could be short, sharp and painfulIn the unlovely world of subprime lending – a place of high interest rates for credit-impaired borrowers – an entertaining corporate scrap has broken out.In…
        - 14 days ago, 6 Mar 19, 2:10pm -
      • Patisserie Valerie saved in buyout backed by Irish private equity firm
        More than 100 cafes and 2,000 jobs saved in Causeway Capital and AF Blakemore & Son dealsThe Patisserie Valerie cafe chain has been saved from closure by a management buyout backed by an Irish private equity firm.Almost 100 cafes will be rescued in t…
        - 34 days ago, 14 Feb 19, 7:08am -
      • Has the AA turned a corner, or is it on a road to nowhere?
        This week’s trading update will show whether efforts to jump-start the debt-laden company have had any successThe AA has always considered itself the most staunch of organisations.Take one of its earliest episodes, three months after its foundation…
        - 38 days ago, 10 Feb 19, 1:59am -
      • Children used as 'bargaining chips' in foster care disputes
        Experts warn that young people are being removed from foster families too easily as private agencies proliferateFrancine West had been a foster carer for 17 years when a council social worker knocked on her door and removed four children from her car…
        - 12 Sep 18, 7:12am -
      • MoD property deal 'could cost taxpayer up to £5bn'
        MPs criticise 1996 deal to sell off military homes to group managed by Guy HandsTaxpayers could face losses of more than £5bn because of a “disastrous” decision to sell off military homes during a housing boom, a report by parliament’s spendin…
        - 12 Jul 18, 7:01pm -
      • Poundworld prepares to appoint administrators in bid to avert collapse
        Discount chain hopes 10 days’ protection will be enough to save 5,000 jobs and 355 outletsPoundworld is preparing to appoint administrators as the struggling discount chain makes a last ditch attempt to avoid collapse.On Thursday the retailer, whic…
        - 7 Jun 18, 10:52am -
      • Poundworld faces administration as it struggles to find buyer
        More than 5,000 jobs at risk as private equity owner said to be declining to further fund chainPoundworld is facing the threat of administration as the group’s private equity owner struggles to secure a rescue buyer before the company’s next rent…
        - 6 Jun 18, 2:39pm -
      • Labour warns Apollo against pursuing interest in FirstGroup
        Bus and rail company FirstGroup rejected offer from US private equity group Labour and the RMT union have warned the US private equity firm Apollo Global Management off pursuing its interest in the transport firm FirstGroup, after the British company…
        - 12 Apr 18, 1:10pm -
      • Private equity firms among bidders for Network Rail property business
        Blackstone and Terra Firma understood to be tabling bids in sale that campaigners claim will leave ‘gaping hole’ in infrastructure budget Private equity firms, including Guy Hands’ Terra Firma, have emerged as contenders to take over Network Ra…
        - 1 Mar 18, 6:18pm -
      • Profit-hungry firms are gambling on social care. Are the stakes too high?
        Private equity firms have amassed huge debt buying up care homes. If they collapse, older people will be the losersThe idea of care homes for older people being traded like financial instruments might be unpalatable, but it is a reality in today’s…
        - 28 Feb 18, 2:00am -

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