Q. Are many employers taking advantage of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme? A. The majority of our clients are enabled by technology and their employees can work remotely whilst self-isolating. For some of our clients the volatility brings opportunity, and employees have been exceptionally busy. For others, economic conditions are more challenging, and a number…
We are now in the middle of May and our employees have taken virtually no holiday, we are worried about being able to run the business in the second half of the year, what are our options?
For US managers looking to market a fund into the EU, they must first understand and explore the regimes currently in force – AIFMD, UCITS and PRIIPS and consider the benefits, costs and structuring requirements to select the approach best suited to their strategy. Download this Whitepaper to explore the current state of the European…
Apex have partnered with Private Equity Media for the 2019 – 2020 Institutional Investor Survey (Australia)
Multidisciplinary teams vital as Covid-19 heightens family office focus on ESG: Contribution from Geoff Cook, NED Jersey
Increasing the participation of retail investors in the private equity asset class was a hot topic as we entered 2020. Coronavirus may have disrupted the momentum, but there are longer-term questions to be asked about retail investors’ access to private markets.
Our latest whitepaper applies a lens to today’s landscape during a period of considerable turbulence and deep uncertainty to analyse how private equity will pursue opportunities in the decade ahead.
On January 15, 2020, Singapore launched a new corporate entity structure for funds in the jurisdiction, namely the Variable Capital Company (“VCC”).
As institutions continue to seek ways in which to battle the combined pressures of increasing competition plus P&L and shareholder expectations, the new macro-economic impacts of coronavirus (“COVID-19”) mean that the number of restructures across the capital markets is rapidly increasing.
As Governments implement ‘stay at home’ and ‘lockdown’ measures, we take a look at the impact on the markets and the trend toward debt restructuring and re-negotiation to help firms weather the coronavirus crisis.