Research finds investors are more positive about the prospects for UK dealflow over EU activity
Settlement also relates to allegations related to a partner's expenses
The three Baltic countries’ lobbying organisations have joined forces to promote the industry
New rules come as part of the Frog project, aimed at extending French funds' international reach
Blackstone senior managing director Gerry Murphy speaks to unquote" in the wake of his appointment
unquote" runs the numbers to see how changes may impact the industry
Carried interest to be taxed as income unless investment is "long term"
Portfolio companies' carbon footprint to be measured by 2020
Pension fund welcomes Labour's greater transparency proposal
Bolt-on acquisition may be referred to in-depth investigation
Almost thirty passports have been registered EU-wide since 2013
Treasury has closed tax loophole on carried interest
"Loi Hamon" significantly altered, only applies to distressed situations
Carry to remain taxed as capital gains, BVCA understands
Two firms fined around €1m each
Several companies failed to meet publication and data provisions requirements
Leaks include information about tax structures and specific deals
Speakers at Global Summit discuss potential repercussions of proposed EU Merger Regulation reform
Rejection of appeal cements middle court's decision and could influence ongoing cases
Move from 49% to 39% would be major relief for industry
Removal could be devastating for the investor
Almost half of financial service professionals do not believe that any national regulator has managed to strike the correct balance for investors and growth, according to a global survey by Kinetic Partners.
The UK Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, released today, outlines more favourable and encouraging tax relief for the Enterprise Investment Scheme.
Aifi, the Italian private equity association, has criticised changes to corporate taxation structures that could see the beleaguered industry take another hit.