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The UK’s new asset holding company (AHC) regime is expected to come into effect in April 2022. This is part of a broader set of initiatives by the UK Government to have positive outcomes for the financial sector and enhance the UK’s competitiveness as a location for asset management and for investment funds.

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Similar to the market impact of Abraaj and the last global financial crisis, there will be a lot of reflection and revisiting of subscription finance structures – but, ultimately, they will prove robust, and there will not be much in the way of fundamental change to how the market operates. That said, there will be further improvements in reporting to investors and transparency of information about borrowing at fund level and security structures.

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