Offshore or Onshore?

Laven Partners publishes its new White Paper which discusses domiciliation considerations

The structure and domiciliation of a fund vehicle are integral to the set up of a fund from multiple perspectives. Tax, investment strategy, investor base, cost and speed of set up, regulatory environment, and increasingly the perceived ‘marketability’ of the fund, all play a part in the decision making process.

This white paper looks at two of the most prominent fund domiciles, Luxembourg and Cayman Islands, and examines some of the considerations managers should take into account when setting up a fund, including a comparison of exemplar costs. We also examine both the UCITS and AIFMD regimes in the context of choosing whether to establish a fund onshore or offshore and the advantages and disadvantages of both.

Download here the White Paper: Offshore or Onshore?

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