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Q: Are US investment funds and European investment funds the same?  

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Clive Frazier
 Clive Frazier
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06/05/2020 9:44 am  

Could someone please elaborate on this. 

Much appreciated!

Clive


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Gregory Autin
 Gregory Autin
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06/05/2020 10:57 am  

Investment funds anywhere in the world are established and regulated under the law of the country in which the investment company is located.

US investment companies (funds) are established under the law of the state in which the investment company is located and regulated by the SEC under the Investment Companies Act of 1940.

European investment funds are established under and regulated by the law of the country in which the investment company is located. In the European Union, collective investment funds are established under the directive on undertakings for collective investment in transferable securities (UCITS) – the main regulatory framework covering investment funds in the EU.

For more information on investment companies, see What are investment companies? and What is an investment fund?.


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