Alternative fundraising unfazed by pandemic

Despite the pandemic, there is no sign of alternative investment fundraising slowing down. Jersey as a fund domicile reached record AUM levels last year, and Nordic managers are also showing increasing demand for establishing funds there, Jersey Finance Head of Funds Elliot Refson tells AMWatch.

Elliot Refson, head of funds, Jersey Finance | Photo: PR / Jersey Finance

Fundraising for alternative funds and investor interest has so far not been hampered by the ongoing pandemic.

Analysis and insight provider Preqin discussed a growth forecast not long ago in an interview with AMWatch, while industry organization and representative body Jersey Finance's Head of Funds Elliot Refson recently spoke more specifically about the fund domicile's growth.

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