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As the most diverse region for real estate investors, the differing regimes of Asia-Pacific present a challenge for managers, especially where global capital is involved.
The debate continues about whether the market is shifting onshore, writes Victoria Robson.
Participants in PERE’s European regulation and domiciles roundtable discuss European managers’ efforts to avoid being engulfed by a rising tide of regulation.
Investors put more pressure on American managers than regulators today. However, data security and capital gains tax may prove more of a headache in the future.
Regulations meant to address the pandemic have introduced a new layer of complexity, sending owners and tenants scrambling, say JLL and LaSalle experts.
From the regulatory issues top of managers’ minds to the factors shaping their domicile decisions, here are six takeaways from the report.
Predictability and stability are what managers look for when selecting a jurisdiction for their latest vehicle. But that does not mean the domicile universe is set in stone.
As the onshore/offshore debate intensifies, the Caribbean jurisdiction has issued new private fund legislation to align with its peers.
The cities are launching new structures in the competition to be the regional funds hub, as Singapore backs flexibility and Hong Kong moots a carry tax cut.
The Grand Duchy continues to emerge as a strong jurisdiction for managers looking to access European capital and assets, says Nils Mordt of RBC Investor & Treasury Services
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