Editor’s Letter

Issue 121

HAMLIN LOVELL

UCITS compliant hedge funds go from strength to strength in what is a European success story. Assets have surpassed $300 billion, or 10% of global hedge fund industry assets of around $3 trillion. Granted, most hedge fund assets still come from US institutions, allocating to Cayman or Delaware vehicles, but not all managers are able or willing to distribute to the US.

Some managers run UCITS parallel to ’40 Act funds in the US, but UCITS can appeal to more managers. No special...

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