Posted on 25 May 2022
RAIF registration growth tails off, but still steady
Growth in funds registered as Reserved Alternative Investment Funds (RAIFs) in Luxembourg slowed slightly in February and March, according to an analysis of data from the Luxembourg Business Registry by Investment Officer Luxembourg.
The number of new RAIFs registered amounted to 33 in February 2022 and 34 in March. This is noticeably down from the rates seen in December 2021 when there were 54 newly registered RAIFs.
Bruno Bagnouls, Head of Sales and Relationship Management Europe at Alter Domus, said Luxembourg’s alternative investment market remains convinced of the attractiveness of the RAIF vehicle. “There’s no doubt that the RAIF in Luxembourg is quickly becoming the vehicle of choice for alternative investment fund managers.”
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