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A step–by–step guide to develop a flexible comprehensive operational due diligence program for private equity and real estate funds

Addressing the unique aspects and challenges associated with performing operational due diligence review of both private equity and real estate asset classes, this essential guide provides readers with the tools to develop a flexible comprehensive operational due diligence program for private equity and real estate. It includes techniques for analyzing fund legal documents and financial statements, as well as methods for evaluating operational risks concerning valuation methodologies, pricing documentation and illiquidity concerns.

  • Covers topics including fund legal documents and financial statement analysis techniques
  • Includes case studies in operational fraud
  • Companion website includes sample checklists, templates, spreadsheets, and links to laws and regulations referenced in the book
  • Equips investors with the tools to evaluate liquidity, valuation, and documentation
  • Also by Jason Scharfman: Hedge Fund Operational Due Diligence: Understanding the Risks

Filled with case studies, this book is required reading for private equity and real estate investors, as well as fund managers and service providers, for performing due diligence on the noninvestment risks associated with private equity and real estate funds.

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Praise For Private Equity Operational Due Diligence: Tools to Evaluate Liquidity, Valuation, and Documentation

"Scharfman provides helpful insight into this emerging area of private equity risk. His guide offers Limited Partners the potential to efficiently identify and evaluate private equity operational issues and avoid unnecessary risk. Similarly, it offers General Partners guidance as to best practices in light of institutional investors′ increasing demand for institutional–quality infrastructure and enhanced transparency."
Francis X. Frecentese, Managing Director, Global Head of Alternative Investments, Citi Private Bank

"When it comes to private equity investing, operational risk has for too long been one of the most important, yet least understood, risk areas. This book is an excellent wake–up call to both Limited Partners and General Partners to bridge this gap. Scharfman does an excellent job of pulling the curtain back to explain the nuts and bolts of the back office procedures involved with actually establishing and running a private equity fund. By following the techniques outlined in this book, Limited Partners will be able to recognize and avoid key operations red flags during the due diligence process."
Kevin Chen, Chief Investment Officer, Anji Capital Management

Private Equity Operational Due Diligence broadens the discussion surrounding operational risk assessment in private equity funds beyond the mere notions of "pass" or "fail" and fosters an increased discussion about the rights of Limited Partners to perform comprehensive operational due diligence reviews.

Here you′ll discover:

  • Legal documents and financial statement analysis techniques

  • Case studies in operational fraud

  • Methods to evaluate valuation, pricing documentation and risks, and illiquidity concerns

  • The operational differences between private equity and real estate funds

  • Private equity frauds throughout history

  • A review of the key considerations when reviewing real estate funds

  • Incorporating the results of operational due diligence reviews into the asset allocation process

  • Ongoing operational monitoring techniques

  • Monitoring role of advisory boards

A companion website includes sample checklists and templates, spreadsheets, and links to the laws and regulations.



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4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Solid overview of a General Partners operations 10 avril 2012
Par J. Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
It seems as if after Madoff, investors may have taken for granted that General Partners knew
what they were doing about operations. Scharfman outlines both how not all General Partners
have best operational practices. While only a handful of private equity funds may be frauds
investors still have to evaluate the quality of fund operations. This book outlines some key
considerations to perform due diligence on including back office trade operations, and service
providers. I also thought the guidance on valuation approaches was very helpful. A good read.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Absolutely Essential 27 août 2012
Par Pat Huddleston, II - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
As an expert in fraud investigations, I am anxious to read what others are saying about how to protect investors from the ever present threat of fraud, recklessness, and negligence. Far too often I read repetitions of the age old axiom "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is," which has proven so ineffective at stopping the scrambling of retirement nest eggs, college endowments, and pension funds. Jason A. Scharfman's Private Equity Operational Due Diligence is different and, for those wise enough to read it, can make a difference between investment success and professional ruin. I enjoyed his observations on why many operational due diligence investigations stop short of a thorough investigation and his answers to the commonly proffered objections to performing a truly thorough investigation. Likewise, his thoughts on effective interview techniques and proper question design are spot on. As a practicing attorney and former SEC Enforcement Attorney, I enjoyed Jason's explanation of how properly to assess a private placement memorandum. That discussion alone stands a good chance of saving fortunes. While his careful assessment of the relevant accounting and mathematical concepts that come into play were over my head, I expect that they hold great wisdom for those trained to understand them. Any investor, investment adviser, or due diligence expert who moves forward with a private equity investment without first reading this book is leaving powerful ammunition unfired. Here is a tool that can help you succeed. Please read it.

Pat Huddleston
Author of The Vigilant Investor[
[ASIN:0814417507 The Vigilant Investor: A Former SEC Enforcer Reveals How to Fraud-Proof Your Investments]]
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A must read for Limited Partners 6 avril 2012
Par M. Peterson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I liked this book. I think many Limited Partners assume that General Partners have all the
operational issues covered. They don't - and this book shows not only how to evaluate the
quality of General Partner's operations but also how to determine how well they keep their eye on the
ball. The author is spot on about the importance of over performing due diligence on
valuation procedures and the book has a good overview of different approaches on this.
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Essential reading! 6 avril 2012
Par Laura Temple - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Scharfman takes a direct approach to a complex topic that has been ignored for too long. After reading this book it is clear that the operational functions of private equity funds are just as important, if not more important than the investment side of the business. I also like how the book provides historical perspectives and case studies.
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great Overview of Private Equity Operational Due Diligence 6 avril 2012
Par Sarah H. Morris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
A well detailed overview of a very interesting topic. The advice in this book is very useful. I
hadn't thought of how operational due diligence similarities are present among different asset
classes like hedge funds, real estate and private equity. This book raises some good points
about this and shows the similarities and differences among each. If you don't think that this
type of work is important, Limited Partners should read the case studies in fraud.
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