Arden: AIFMD driving investors to alternative Ucits

The introduction of AIFMD in Europe is pushing investors away from offshore funds towards onshore registered vehicles such as Ucits funds, according to Arden Asset Management

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Ian McDonald, chief investment officer, Arden Asset Management and director, Arden Asset Management (UK)
A host of regulatory and market factors is leading to a significant rise in demand for registered liquid alternative funds in both the US and Europe. Institutional and private investors alike are seeking alternatives to provide diversification away from equities and fixed income. However, they are also demanding greater liquidity, better transparency and lower fees than what is typically

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