All the major current regulations covering the establishment of alternative investment funds in the key jurisdictions around the world
The latest Hedgeweek Special Report examines the reasons behind the growing popularity of the Ucits structure among hedge fund managers
Jersey has weathered the storm of the global financial and economic upheavals in good shape.
The Hedgeweek USA Awards 2011 honoured hedge fund firms and service providers who have helped the industry recover from the depths of 2008-09 to attract more investors’ capital than ever.
The industrialised, one-size-fits-all approach to providing alternative fund services of the boom years has given way to a more customised, individual model
Dynamism, unique location and a stable tax and regulatory climate have helped Hong Kong become Asia’s leading hedge fund centre
Increased institutional investor interest in managed account structures as a route to hedge fund investment is a lasting legacy of the financial crisis
A flexible approach to taxation, a broad-based alterenative investment industry and a huge potential client base have made Switzerland an attractive base for hedge fund managers
As the West prepares to impose regulatory shackles on fund managers following the financial meltdown, Singapore's sensible approach is attracting both start-ups and established hedge funds
The Isle of Man is looking to rebound from the alternative fund industry downturn with an upturn in administration business as well as persuading managers to set up shop in a non-EU jurisdiction
Fri, 31 Jul 2015 00:00:00 GMT
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