In the final installment in our three-part series focused on valuations, we discuss how and when a non-traditional approach provides value.
In the second report in a three-part series on valuation reporting, we outline specific subjective inputs and their impact on the reporting process.
Uncertainty or opportunity? That is the question. When setting strategy and converting capital commitments into deal activity, private capital market participants seek both, regardless of geopolitical events such as Brexit. As such, depending on strategy, Brexit could be seen either…
Let’s K.I.S.S. … Keep It Simple! Author: Jaime Hildreth A few weeks ago I attended the PEI CFO / COO Conference in NYC and participated in a panel that examined “An inside view of limited partner expectations, terms and…
In the first of a three part series on challenges in valuation reporting, we take a deep dive into reviewing assumptions made during the process.
Hear from our clients how iLEVEL enables them to take control of their data, remove risk, reduce workloads, and continually enhance their analyses and processes.
As our business continues to expand in 2018, check out a few highlights worth celebrating for Ipreo’s Private Capital Markets business.
In the closing report of our three-part series, we share Big 4 auditor feedback focused on surviving the year-end audit season.
Focus on the risk tolerance of LPs and key areas of interest that GPs need to consider.
In the second report in a three-part series, we share feedback from our Big 4 auditor colleagues on five factors that can trigger additional scrutiny for Topic 820 valuations.