Waystone emerges as big gorilla in the Raif market

      In the Luxembourg market for Reserved Alternative Investment Funds, Dublin-headquartered investment services firm Waystone has emerged as the biggest issuer by a landslide, the latest data analysis by Investment Officer Luxembourg shows.

      “Waystone has certainly benefitted from being an early educator to the EU and US investors on the use, merits and market acceptance of Raifs,” its Global CEO Derek Delaney said. The analysis also shows that Luxembourg was home to a total of 2125 Raifs at the end of last year after adding 472 new funds in 2022.

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