Going Dutch

Hedge funds looking for a slice of the Dutch pension fund pie should take note – interest is returning to the market after the credit crisis slump. Hedge Funds Review finds out how to attract capital from the Netherlands.


The Netherlands is a fairly friendly place to be if you are a hedge fund. The country’s financial regulation governing the marketing of funds is well established, uncontroversial and not too onerous.

Hedge funds are governed by a number of pieces of legislation, principally the Netherlands Financial Supervision Act and the prospectus regulation.

Under the Financial Supervision Act to market a collective investment scheme in the Netherlands a licence is needed from the Authority for the Financial

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