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Lawsuit shows the complexity of relationships in private capital transactions
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Dyal Capital is leading name in new field of investing in other private equity groups
A new suite of US regulators seems reluctant to staunch the flow of credit
Investors treated the UK foreign secretary's resignation with little concern.
Dyal Capital adds to its portfolio of hedge fund and private equity stakes
Z-Ben executive says anyone resting on laurels will be overtaken quickly
Akira Sugano appointed CEO and president of Tokyo-based Asset Management One
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Henrik Jonsson is to join Schroders as head of the Nordic region
John Wotton will lead the UK competition regulator’s inquiry into investment consultants
Steve Eisman believes post-crisis regulation should avert future systemic problems
France’s financial regulator has appointed Robert Ophèle as chairman
UBS Asset Management has appointed Suni Harford as head of investments
Michael McLintock, former CEO of M&G Investments, moves to Neptune as special adviser
Many international fund houses move to set up wholly foreign-owned enterprises
Schroders has hired Andreas Markwalder as chief executive in Switzerland
AP4, the fourth Swedish national pension fund, has appointed Niklas Ekvall as chief executive
BlackRock appoints Takeshi Fukushima as chief investment officer for Japan
Calamos hires John Koudounis as chief executive
Shares geared to emerging markets strongly outperform EM and American equity markets
Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs funds are the latest looking to buy stakes