Institutional demand paves the path for Dublin and Luxembourg


One of the most interesting developments quietly occurring in the alternative investment universe today is the emergence of Luxembourg and Ireland as significant domiciles for fund of hedge funds, and to a lesser extent for single-strategy hedge funds.

Although the Cayman Islands are still the de facto "domicile of choice" for most European hedge fund managers, the changing profile of the investor base and the maturation of the industry as a whole are beginning to seriously challenge the status

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