The new buzz phrase—”monthly valuation”—is taxing internal valuation teams and redefining relationships between fund sponsors and valuation providers.
Learn why eminent private fund managers and their boards rely on our team.
Considering competitive market dynamics, market participants report a tightening in credit spreads since Q2 2020 and generally stable credit spreads in 2Q21.
VRC’s Rule 2a-5 Resource Guide provides the details fund managers and fund boards need to come into compliance with the SEC’s new regulations to fair value portfolio securities.
As the demand for transparency rises for private investment funds, the spotlight is on valuation practices, which is essential for any fund manager to understand.
How are market participants reacting to positive vaccination rates, economic optimism, company prospects and floating rate security demand?
As seen in the newest issue of Private Funds CFO, Jeff Birnbaum and Chris Walling discuss the implications of the pandemic for the sector.
In Q4 2020, market participants noted improving comfort with company and industry fundamentals, outlooks, and the ability to weather a second wave of the virus.
The private equity and credit markets held up remarkably well in the face of a global pandemic and are adjusting to the “new normal.” Market participants should go into 2021 with heightened vigilance as the impacts of the pandemic may not have yet entirely played out.
On track for recovery: Pandemic implications, not all doom or gloom.