Malta is considered the newcomer to Ucits hedge funds, although the country’s service providers were well acquainted with the products before EU membership in 2004. Joining up gave Malta’s financial services industry a stamp of approval. This also meant Ucits funds could be passported to other EU member states.
Malta implemented the Ucits III regime immediately on accession. Malta’s choice as a domicile for a Ucits hedge fund is usually based on several factors including the efficiency and flexib
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