Since the global financial crisis of 2008, private equity and real estate managers in the US and Europe have faced an expanding regulatory regime. Compliance with Dodd-Frank regulations in the US, the AIFMD in Europe, and other regulatory regimes has become increasingly important for investment managers.


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Post | October 25, 2017
UNITE HERE Local 11 urges SEC investigation of GreenOak Real Estate

Report | September 11, 2017
Ares Increases Stake in Dental Firm Fined $1.7 Million by State Attorneys General for Deceptive Practices

Post | March 23, 2017
After calls for a federal review of the sale of the Westin Long Beach hotel, will AEW ensure the transaction does not pose national security risks?

Report | February 27, 2017
Private Equity’s Irish Adventure: Has Tax Avoidance Put Limited Partners Outside Their Comfort Zone?

Post | February 20, 2017
Oaktree homeowner eviction – Joann Rodriguez

Post | February 20, 2017
Oaktree’s mortgage servicer moves to evict two homeowners who spoke out against its mortgage practices

Post | December 5, 2016
Key Supporters of Bill to Shift Money from Small Businesses to Hedge Funds Lose Congressional Seats

Post | December 2, 2016
UNITE HERE and Food & Water Watch deliver letter asking Ares and its investors to stop funding the Pilgrim Pipelines

Report | November 16, 2016
Will Oaktree run afoul of HUD requirements on distressed Baltimore mortgages?

Report | October 17, 2016
Why did True North Real Estate Fund III pay a $5 million placement agent fee?