The Changing Role of the Private Capital CFO/COO

Ipreo’s Private Capital Markets (PCM) group is constantly providing clients with a wide variety of valuable information on issues that are important to fund managers and investors.

The Blog has published multiple pieces related to the private capital markets, covering topics such as the OPM method of allocating value, volatility, leveraging technology in real estate investing, and, just last month, data and content integrity. PCM’s latest contribution to the blog comes from Kyri Yiannakis, Head of Client Development, EMEA.

Kyri recently attended the 2017 SuperReturn International conference, where the shifting role of CFOs and COOs in the modern private capital landscape was a key topic. His piece explores the skills that will be most important to leadership as firms navigate the future of the private capital markets.

Excerpt:

“The CFO of a fund management firm is being asked to stretch in more directions and involve themselves in more areas of the business than ever before. What was once a purely fiduciary, back-office role is evolving into a position that spans both visionary and executional dimension and provides the primary interface between the CEO, the business, and its investors.”

Read the entire report: The Changing Role of the Private Capital CFO/COO