How to plan and then make a successful Atlantic crossing

authorisation in bermuda

Bermuda has probably attracted more attention for its insurance activity than as a domicile for hedge funds in the past, but with a thriving hedge fund administration industry and a convenient location, it has always been a popular choice for hedge fund managers looking for an offshore base.

There are 1,800-1,900 funds in Bermuda, of which 450 are unit trusts.

Bermuda had three types of vehicle available for hedge fund managers to choose from, before the EU Savings Directive forced it to create a

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