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Digital Subscriptions > The Hedge Fund Journal > Issue 136 – Nov 2018 > Simmons & Simmons Opens Dublin Office

Simmons & Simmons Opens Dublin Office

Fund formation, EU law and Brexit planning

Since the first Irish UCITS was launched in 1989, and the first Irish QIF in 1990, Ireland has stood out as one of the major regulated fund domiciles in Europe, rewarding a well coordinated effort to develop and grow the industry. Ireland is a key jurisdiction for UCITS funds and AIFs, and increasingly ETFs and money market funds. It also hosts a huge service provider community of administrators, custodians, depositaries, and others, servicing non-Irish funds, such as Cayman funds.

Assets managed by just over 7,000 Irish-domiciled funds surpassed EUR 2.5 trillion, as of July 2018, while assets under administration (both Irish and non-Irish domiciled) have hit a new high of EUR 4.9 trillion, as of June 2018, according to Irish Funds, the industry association. Ireland also aspires to become a more attractive private equity domicile, and to that end expects to introduce a new Investment Limited Partnership Act in 2019.

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