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Jersey moves to reassure funds ahead of Brexit

Amid evidence that Luxembourg is taking more private fund business due to Brexit fears, the Jersey Fund Association says UK managers 'shouldn’t panic' when choosing a new domicile.

Apocalypse now as no-deal Brexit looms

Private debt managers are being forced to consider the consequences of what once seemed unthinkable – the UK crashing out of the EU with no trade agreement.

The need for a Brexit plan

The UK's secession from the EU is taking place in a matter of months. But the clock is ticking for UK-based fund managers to make adjustments to their portfolios in anticipation of Brexit, writes Simon Witney.

Fund jurisdictions in five charts: Ireland

Ireland has one advantage over rival Luxembourg for private equity firms seeking to do business in the EU: the approval process to set up a fund can be as quick as 24 hours.

US steps up as European LPs ‘strike’ over Brexit

UK private equity funds are under increased scrutiny from continental investors but US LPs seem to have fewer doubts.

The Brexit clock is ticking

Managers are running out of time to get their contingency plans in place.

Luxembourg fund growth hits UK, Channel Islands as preferred jurisdiction

RAIFs and LPs registered in Luxembourg are also on the rise in anticipation of the UK's secession from the EU.

The price of Luxembourg’s Brexit bonus

The Grand Duchy is a big beneficiary of Britain's decision to leave the EU, but locals are grumbling that life is not what it used to be.

AIMA calls for grandfathering provision in Brexit talks

A large number of potential issues face firms when the UK leaves the EU which could lead to chaos if not tackled.

UK to drop outside top 5 in PE country attractiveness after Brexit

The UK will lose its status as the second most attractive destination for private equity investors after Brexit, says a business school report.

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