By Anne Anquillare, CFA, Head of CSC U.S. Fund Services As we all spend more time reading through the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed new rules for private fund advisers, it becomes obvious in the questions listed for comment
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed new rules and amendments for private fund advisers on Feb. 9, with industry reaction ranging from “it’s about time” to “OMG, what are they trying to do, kill us?” and lots of
The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulations (SFDR) is due to be implemented 10 March 2021, the first in a series of regulations written by the European Union. In this blog, we’ll share what we know so far, important dates, and funds that will be impacted.
The ILP legislation provides a competitive solution for managers of private equity and credit, real assets, and other private and alternative fund strategies. This legislation brings considerable benefits to the alternative fund industry.
Choosing a qualified successor loan administrative agent will become paramount to maintain continuous administration of these loans.
Adam Berman, managing director, and Sean Foronjy, head of loan agency, share their views on key considerations both lenders and borrowers should look for when choosing a successor loan administrative agent.
For decades, the experts in CSC’s Netherlands office have been helping clients set up and maintain stichting structures to achieve a variety of business goals. The most popular is as part of a securitization transaction, but stichting structures are also formed to hold legal ownership of assets for investment funds, and in conjunction with M&A and corporate structuring.
Outsourcing important back-office functions can help your firm focus on its core mission— raising and deploying debt capital. It can also offer a way to effortlessly scale your business in a cost-effective manner while benefitting from the expertise of industry experts to perform key back office tasks.
By Lynda Kenny Head of Compliance and Risk, Fund Services | CSC Global Financial Markets Share this post What defines conduct risk? Although there are few standardized responses, its definition becomes even more opaque during periods of uncertainty, such as
Chay Ellis Drew McMahon CSC Global Financial Markets Share this post How can you ensure your fund is onboarded successfully with a new fund administrator? How do you know that your requirements will be met, your fund will be appropriately
Gain insights into the nation’s new Variable Capital Company (VCC) framework. It’s been more than six months since the new corporate structure for investment funds, The Variable Capital Company (VCC), was implemented in Singapore, and it’s become quite the buzz. My previous blog—Singapore’s VCC Framework: 4 Facts You Need to Know—highlights the details of this new structure.