We offer comprehensive administrative support to help you launch your fund.
At the early stages of fund planning, we work with you and your tax and legal teams to advise on a suitable structure. We then manage a full range of procedures in preparation for the first closing, including establishing fund vehicles and SPVs, liaising with regulators, conducting anti-money laundering checks and reviewing subscriptions.
We’re one of the world’s leading providers of fund administration by assets under administration (AuA). Our extensive suite of services will help you structure your fund, communicate with investors, comply with regulation and distribute returns.
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Our latest Vistra 2030 report reveals globalisation is not dead but evolving. Against a backdrop of increased geopolitical tensions, trade wars, inflationary pressures and other disruptions, we’re seeing a shift away from a standardised, one-size-fits-all globalisation to a model that’s more complex and regionalised.
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Following the most turbulent period in recent memory, Vistra surveyed over 600 professionals and conducted 20 in-depth interviews to better understand the challenges today’s global businesses and investors face. The result is the tenth Vistra 2030 report. Simon Filmer, who heads Vistra’s company formation sector, calls the latest report “our most comprehensive look yet at how and why businesses, investment firms, regulators and the industry itself are adjusting to a new kind of globalisation.”
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