Work with experts
We have delivered cross-border solutions in over 70 jurisdictions for our clients. The team, including our regulatory experts, has the requisite expertise to be able to steer you around the complexities of the cross-border registration process.
Improve efficiencies and reduce costs
We will handle all the administrative burden normally associated with the cross-border registration of funds, giving you back the freedom to focus on your core business, managing and growing assets.
Flexible and comprehensive service
The service is completely adaptable to your requirements. It allows you to hand over as much or as little of the process as you wish.
The process does not end with the registration of the funds in your chosen jurisdictions. We also ensure the registration is compliant year-on-year by liaising with the necessary third parties.
We will act as the central point of contact for all your registration requirements. You will have full access to your Registration Manager who will be on hand to take you through the complex requirements of cross-border funds registration.
We offer full UK Facilities Agent services for groups looking to distribute funds in the UK, and we provide this service to many companies from around the world.
Our service provides information, advice and guidance on the regulatory requirements under UCITS and AIFM Directives in European and worldwide jurisdictions.
We will provide you with a full breakdown of the costs and requirements involved in registering your fund in the target jurisdictions - information that is vital in developing and proving your distribution business case.
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The EU Directive 2019/1160, better known as: “the EU cross-border distribution of collective investment undertakings legislative package” comes into effect 2 August 2021. Find out how it affects UCITS and Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs) in different jurisdictions across Europe.