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Real estate managers stick with familiar fund domiciles

Potential regulatory disruption is driving managers towards the fund domiciles they know. 

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.

Execution is the key to a successful spin-out

Making the business case for spinning out is often easy; the potential pitfalls come from the details of doing it.

WATCH: Are you ready for GDPR?

Personal data protection is a hot topic amid the Cambridge Analytica furore, and new rules of the game apply in two months. Find out why you should be on alert, according to Toby Duthie of Forensic Risk Alliance.

Partners Group fee income exceeds €1bn for the first time

The Swiss investor posted its largest ever fee income last year, but its performance fee pool was down by one-third despite overall performance fee growth.

Legal winners at the PEI Media Awards

Which law firms won across the alternative asset classes?

Private real estate must get the point about gender discrimination

Fear of losing money, warnings to be on best behavior or considering skipping events are misguided reactions to the events at the President’s Club charity dinner.

Guernsey to implement GDPR equivalent

The Channel Islands fund hub is aiming to keep pace with EU regulatory change, according to law firm Carey Olsen.

‘Delegation is not dead’, says Luxembourg regulator

Some delegation will still be allowed if there is a hard or ‘no-deal’ Brexit, the CSSF’s international affairs counsel says.

SocGen: The future of PE is retail

Retail investors looking for better yields in a regulated market will increasingly look to private equity, says Société Générale’s head of regulation in Luxembourg.

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