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Retailization, ELTIFs & the Resurrection of Part II Funds
By Dr. Sebastiaan Niels HOOGHIEMSTRA, Loyens Loeff Luxembourg *   Fund sponsors increasingly explore ways to facilitate access by retail investors to private assets. Higher returns and lower volatility compared to public markets, as well as the diversification of portfolio allocations are the main reasons of the increased appetite of retail investors in alternative investment funds (“AIFs”). Increasingly, AIFs are sold through private wealth channels to retail investors. Recently, so-called “Part II UCIs”, an old type of vehicle that is regulated and supervised by the CSSF, has become one of the most popular products for structuring Luxembourg retail AIFs. This contribution provides a brief overview of the benefits of this vehicle...
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