Gareth Henry Sees Opportunity For Investment Managers In UCITS Funds
Gareth Henry is a famous and renowned investment expert. He is known for the alternative ways and methods used by which an investment can be turned good and beneficial. “Medium” is the recently written article by Gareth Henry. The article is about how UCITS funds are working for the managers dealing investments. It will help them to look for an effective way which could help address the markets throughout Europe. The regulatory procedures and ways are standardized which help the investments managers to follow a certain set of rules and criteria while they market their funds. It will help the UCITS legislation and set of rules to have a clear verdict and to enable the funds to those who have followed and meet the criteria under specific guidelines while marketing throughout Europe with no paperwork for each country.
Gareth Henry has done his bachelor’s degree in science from the University of Edinburgh located in Scotland. He has been able to lead a path in the sector of managing investments of firms and companies.
UCITS is an abbreviation for Undertaking for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities. It’s an investment fund that is designed and to be used to sell it to different investors to all around the markets in Europe. The aim behind it is surely not an ordinary one.
There was a much need for such framework that could regulate the investments. Offering the investments throughout Europe was not an easy one. It required a huge amount of money and would be unaffordable for most of the fund managers. It provides a great benefit to the hedge funds as they were facing different issues and difficulties while marketing the products.
UCITS serves with great advantages and benefits to all the investments managers. It proves to be beneficial by reducing the costs and to market the product throughout the different countries across EU.
UCITS funds have grown to a huge scale since the year 1985. The industry and firm had gained assets of more than $150.5 billion.