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Op-Ed: Tech and legislative disruptions hitting asset management

New York - What are the next disruptions facing the asset management industry? Financial experts from the alternative asset industry weigh in.

Distress Can Yield Returns in Wake of U.S. Financial Crisis

Private equity records continue to be set, though the sectors being funded are shifting. For the first half of 2008, distressed debt funds pulled ahead of the buyout sector, and investors are hungry for more.

Adult Entertainment Capital Takes Porn Public

There’s a new player in the porn finance market. Adult Entertainment Capital has launched the first publicly traded and licensed investment option. Investors can put their money into many different adult businesses.

Americans and Europeans See China Differently

Private equity trends differ by continent, particularly when it comes to China. North American investors prefer to invest in China-focused funds through vehicles based elsewhere, while European investors prefer locally managed private equity funds.

Private Equity Tides Are Changing

Private equity investment is steady, but investors are changing how they approach the sector. PREQIN reports that, based on a recent survey of private equity investors, fundraising remains strong, though the sectors receiving the inflows are changing.

Private Equity More Becoming Expensive

In 2007, the private equity industry’s aggregate management fees reached US$33 billion globally, according to London-based Private Equity Intelligence, Ltd. (Preqin).

Global situation: Private equity borrowing no problem, regulators back off

Australian regulators have been faced with the same problem as the rest of the world. Private equity is moving in. It’s buying up big, and it doesn’t work like the corporates, and isn’t regulated.

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