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Long-awaited amendments to Ireland’s LP legislation could reshape the international fund domicile landscape.
The debate continues about whether the market is shifting onshore. By Victoria Robson.
The launch of new structures in Hong Kong and Singapore is fuelling the competition to be the regional funds hub.
As the onshore/offshore debate intensifies, the Caribbean jurisdiction has issued new private fund legislation to align with its peers
Both offshore jurisdictions are charting a new course into a post-Brexit world.
Investments in greenfield or privatisation deals have fallen to $100bn per year, down from $155bn a decade ago, says the Global infrastructure Hub.
Emerging and diverse managers received less than 3% of capital commitments closed in H1, raising fears they are being left behind as the pandemic changes fundraising.
Energy demand has fallen sharply, and an oil price war has further destabilised the hydrocarbons sector.
As US firms seek to shorten their supply chains, we examine the possibilities for investment in US-Mexico trade infrastructure.
Opportunities in infrastructure's mid-market
Digital, the energy transition and mid-market opportunities are the key issues to follow in the North American infrastructure space
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