Editor’s Letter – Issue 117

October 2016

HAMLIN LOVELL

If fewer hedge funds are launching than in prior years, this is partly due to the time taken to start funds, set up management structures, or get onto third party platforms. But various options are marketed as offering a faster time to market.

Offshore international financial centres, including Jersey and Guernsey, say their regulators are swifter in signing off new management companies and funds. Some onshore centres also offer fund structures with potential for ‘fast track’...

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