Legal & Regulatory Bulletin – Issue No. 28, Summer 2019

The latest edition of EMPEA’s Legal and Regulatory Bulletin explores a range of issues impacting private investment across the world (particularly, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, China, the EU, and the US) and the implications of those issues for practitioners.

Bulletin contributions:

  • When Does a Private Fund Manager’s “Fiduciary Duty” Require it to Consider ESG Issues?
  • Emerging Markets Funds: Not in Kansas Anymore
  • The Rise of Impact Investing: Making the Case to Fiduciary Managers
  • Illiquidity in African Stock Markets A Challenge for Private Equity
  • Nigeria: Deal Structuring Considerations under the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Act 2019
  • Private Credit Strategies and the Brazilian Restructuring Law
  • Addressing Impact Intentionality and Accountability in Fund Formation Documents: Trends and Challenges
  • SEC “Concept Release” Explores Harmonizing Private Offering Exemptions
  • Reviewing the Impact of Abraaj’s Collapse: Operational Due Diligence and Governance Structures
  • SSE STAR Market and Registration-based IPO System: A New Path for Private Equity Exit