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Private Equity

Financial Expertise for Investors

At every stage of the investment lifecycle, the FD Private Equity Services team offers specialized expertise to help investment firms drive performance.

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  • Transaction Support

    Frazier & Deeter’s specialists support every stage of the deal from buy-side due diligence (“Quality of Earnings”), tax analysis, valuations, industry studies and more.

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  • Portfolio Company Reporting & Analysis

    We leverage a world-class technology solution used by CPA firms, banks and franchise organizations to enable investment firms to produce robust, standardized portfolio analytics. Frazier & Deeter can also help with portfolio company needs such as tax, audit, process improvement and more.

  • Outsourced Fund Administration

    FD Fund Administration provides tailored administration services that support private equity funds. Our experienced team offers a best-practice governance solution to even highly complex funds so the investment manager can focus on critical investment decisions rather than daily operations such as fund level reporting and other daily accounting processes.

  • Process, Risk & Governance

    Our dedicated PRG specialists help portfolio companies improve internal controls in a variety of areas. We also provide certifications in the form of SOC I and SOC 2 examinations. A SOC examination (formerly SAS 70) demonstrates a commitment to internal controls by providing third-party attestation to the reliability of the design, implementation and operating effectiveness of an organization’s controls. These examinations are an increasingly important risk management tool, as well as a potential competitive edge.

    Starting May 25th 2018, business dealing with the information of EU citizens must comply with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). This affects groups of inside and outside of the EU from big to small. Non-compliance can mean big fines. Listen to the podcast below to learn more.

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