The regulatory landscape can be confusing for US funds crossing the Atlantic for the first time. David Rochford and Cliodhna Murphy of MUFG Investor Services explain where to start.
Looking to set up your next fund further away from home? A fund domicile expert shares some insight on the latest in cross-border private equity funds.
Debevoise partner Katherine Ashton, and special counsel Simon Witney discuss the future of private equity in the event of a "hard Brexit".
Uncertainty is the watchword for US firms wanting to market to LPs in the EU, but there are some things that can be done, says EisnerAmper’s Robert Mirsky.
As the risk increases of Britain exiting the EU without a deal in place, what are regulators around Europe doing to assist a smooth transition? Simon Witney and Patricia Volhard of Debevoise explain.
The placement agent and advisory firm is among the first to announce a new office opening as part of its Brexit contingency plans.
With Britain seemingly hurtling towards a no-deal Brexit, Ceinwen Rees, a partner at Macfarlanes, details the key tax issues firms need to keep in mind.
They need to zero in on their specific fund’s focus before contemplating what the outcome of any type of Brexit vote will mean to them, Robert Mirsky, head of EisnerAmper’s asset management group and head of EisnerAmper UK, tells pfm
Amid Brexit uncertainty, there are other European regulatory issues such as MiFID to keep an eye on, write Simon Witney and Patricia Volhard.
The regulatory environment is seen as conducive for fund managers, including those in private equity, to operate in the country.