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The Impact of Brexit London has long served as the focal point for alternative fund managers in Europe, drawing not only UK-based firms but also attracting significant numbers of US and Asian managers. Additionally, many European managers maintained offices in London. However, with Brexit, London’s status as a gateway to Europe was compromised as EU passporting privileges were revoked. This not only affected funds domiciled in the UK but also had repercussions for alternative fund managers and their investor relations teams, the majority of which were based in London.

Please see our entire article from the “Private Equity INSIGHT/OUT magazine” #30, 30.06.2024, here

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