Fund domiciling

Jersey NPPR increasingly popular

Brexit effect sees managers flocking to jurisdiction

Fundraise review: ECI 11

ECI’s IR partner Jeremy Lytle discusses how the firm surpassed its target in just 80 days

LPEA: ‘Luxembourg Europe’s leading PE hub’

Association releases findings of its fourth biennial report.

Central Intelligence: Administration

The Drawdown profiles key fund admins to check pulse of sector in flux

Fundraise Review: Montana OSP IV

How Montana Capital Partners doubled its fourth secondaries fund size within five months

Return of the domicile debate ‘probably linked to populism’

Rise of populist agendas will bring offshore activities into spotlight

Centaur sets up in Luxembourg

Administrator has acquired Luxembourg Capital Partners as part of expansion

MJ Hudson launches in Luxembourg

Verdane closes buyout fund on SEK3bn

Direct-secondaries player ventures into buyouts

JTC joins listed fund admin ranks

Firm shares post-IPO plans to grow in a sector it sees as “ripe for consolidation”

Beechbrook sets up shop in Ireland

UK-headquartered SME lender hires two to lead office meant to ensure post-Brexit EU access

Jersey AIFs keep up momentum

Island’s private placement regime posts growth as UK GPs brace for post-Brexit cut-off

BVI spruces up Limited Partnership Act to better serve funds

Ogier partner Michael Killourhy on the BVI’s new LP Act

Guernsey funds AuM growth continues

NAV grew to £269bn in the 12 months ending Q3 2017

Profile: EQT’s head of fund management, Peter Veldman

Q&A with Peter Veldman, EQT’s head of fund management

Destination: Domicile

The Drawdown presents a guide to key fund destinations for GPs mulling a post-Brexit trip

Fund domiciling post-Brexit: Cayman Islands

Will the Caribbean archipelago become more popular among European GPs?

Fund domiciling post-Brexit: The Netherlands

Dutch regulators appear to be in no rush to lure fund managers to the country

Fund domiciling post-Brexit: Luxembourg

Will the Grand Duchy succeed in its bid to become the go-to onshore jurisdiction?