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Sorenson’s social impact start-up opens with real estate

Catalyst, a manager founded in January by impact investing pioneer Jim Sorenson, wants to take advantage of US opportunity zone legislation.

SEC priorities in 9 takeaways

Disclosures and valuation practices top the Securities and Exchange Commission’s watch list.

RBC survey: Search for stability in a shifting environment

In an increasingly complex investment market, managers are sticking with traditional fund domiciles and opting to outsource more of their operational functions, survey findings reveal

Opportunity zones are no golden goose

Capital commitments to the investment program have been sluggish, and SkyBridge Capital founder Anthony Scaramucci blames it on a lack of clear regulation.

Making headlines on the Via Solferino

The headquarters of Milan’s top newspaper has become an integral part of the city’s history, but the most interesting story might soon be written.

Greenberg Traurig on why debt fund managers must consider their regulatory position carefully

As private real estate debt grows, regulatory oversight will ramp up too, writes Steven Cowins of Greenberg Traurig

Italy must shore up its laws to attract global capital

The dubious case involving Blackstone in Milan is only the latest obstacle for foreign investors.

A lawsuit against Blackstone threatens Italy’s market prospects

Arbitration from a disgruntled seller threatens to upend not only a €250m office sale in Milan, but the whole country’s investment viability.

SURVEY: Your views on regulation and fund domiciles

We want to hear from CFOs and those at North American GPs about regulation and fund domiciles.

Cybersecurity and human capital risk rank higher in due diligence checks

Investment managers need a plan for management of cyber attacks and personnel misbehavior, panelists at the Texas TRS conference said.
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