Until early 2013, GSO Capital Partners handled its regulatory filings in its own. That changed when the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that it would be collecting Form PF, a bear of a document containing around 50 pages of detailed risk exposure data. It is arguably the most comprehensive of all filings faced by private funds. GSO, the $66 billion credit arm of Blackstone, took a look at the requirements and decided it needed help.
CTO Patrick Ochs wanted his application deve
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