Allen & Overy’s asset management team has particular capabilities in relation to infrastructure, debt, real estate, hedge, structured regulated (including ETFs) and sovereign wealth funds.
The industry is going through a period of change as a result of the increasing overlap between the alternative investment sector and the traditional retail long-only sector, the evolution of investment strategies, regulatory change and the opportunities arising from the changes taking place in the banking sector.
We are ideally placed to assist clients in positioning their businesses and tailoring their investments to take advantage of these new trends.
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