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Despite signs of resurgent inflation, central banks across the developed world appear to be in no hurry to normalise interest rates. At the same time, government bond yields remain at rock-bottom levels and share valuations are widely perceived as over-valued. Amid these conditions there’s considerable investor appetite for alternative investments, including private equity. And many fund managers are looking to expand into new markets and deploy capital across borders.
Since the 2008 financial crisis, the global fund landscape has become a complex maze of regulations. This looks set to continue, with the OECD’s ongoing BEPS project and incoming EU legislation around ESG funds adding to an already challenging picture.
The global financial crisis ended over a decade ago and may feel like the distant past compared with the events of 2020. Its ripples, however, are still being felt, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the alternative funds industry.
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.​