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Netherlands Chapter in the Asset Management Review – Sixth Edition

 

15 November 2017

In the Netherlands, asset managers that (1) may be linked to a pension fund, (2) are part of a financial conglomerate or family office, (3) act as managers of undertakings for collective investment in transferable securities (UCITS) (UCITS management company (UCITS ManCo)) or alternative investment funds (AIFs) (AIF managers (AIFMs)) or (4) operate independently, are active in the asset management market. The Netherlands asset management market is stable and permanent from a regulatory, legal and tax perspective. Some recent developments, relating to Brexit, and changes in laws and regulations relevant to the asset management industry, are outlined below.

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