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Dutch media report on our latest private capital CFO research

19 March 2021

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We recently published a report, outlining the results from a survey of 300 private capital CFOs globally on how they expect their roles to evolve over the next decade in the face of growing demands for more frequent data provision. The results were compelling and highlighted an urgent need for transformation in the private capital space.

In the Netherlands, the report has been featured in several publications. Most notably, it appeared in Financial Investigator, quoting Mark Roerink, Director, Fund Services Intertrust Group in Amsterdam. “Traditionally, private capital fund managers have tended to keep a lot of information confidential due to the nature of their deals,” he said. “But the mainstream investors who are now stepping into these funds because of higher returns are used to getting more data. Their appetite for data disclosure will fuel the need for faster and more detailed reporting.”

Furthermore, the report was featured on the Dutch news outlet ‘CFO’ – a website specifically aimed at CFOs. The same article was also published on the sister website ‘M&A’, a platform for professionals working in M&A, private equity and corporate finance.

You can read more about our report here.