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How fundraising is affected by Brexit

With delegation rules a hot topic and the possibility of some investment being withdrawn from UK-focused funds, Brexit is already having an impact. Samuel Brooks of Macfarlanes explores some of the key issues.

Being Brexit-savvy

Fund managers have the ability to navigate even the trickiest of outcomes. Rebecca Akrofie lays out the marketing options

NPPRs: the answer to post-Brexit fundraising blues

Even without a passport, UK-based GPs could find it surprisingly easy to access EU capital after the country leaves the EU.

New Irish PE law will take a year

Government investment fund says the limited partnership has not been a ’roaring success’ in the country.

BEPS trumps Brexit in UK relocation decisions

The rules are ‘perhaps more important’ than Brexit when planning to move offices within the EU, says lawyer.

Brexit fund migration ‘accepted’ as managers remain in London

The private equity industry plans for a hard Brexit include moving fund vehicles, rather than managers, to other EU jurisdictions.

Germany and Netherlands emerging as European fund hotspots

Managers planning for a ‘hard Brexit’ should look to less established fund domiciles when making their next move.

Ares: Firms must plan for ‘hard Brexit’

The global fund manager is considering a move to continental Europe as the uncertainty continues.

Alter Domus launches Luxembourg ManCo

The global fund services group has acquired Luxembourg Fund Partners to set up in the country as a manager.

UK post-Brexit marketing position still unclear

The UK is unlikely to be approved for a marketing passport in time for a 2019 exit from the EU.