An increasing number of fund managers strive to increase exposure in the U.S. market. Investors based in the U.S. are familiar with private equity and venture capital and the interest in investing in European funds has increased lately. Most start-ups attempt to position themselves internationally right from the start—accordingly European fund managers have become regular investors in the Silicon Valley. A large number of European fund managers consider opening an office in the U.S., to ensure they are close to the action.
In the webinar, "Fundraising and Investing in the U.S.," which took place on 12th September, Kenneth Berman and Gregory Larkin of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP and Fabian Euhus of Schnittker Möllmann Partners discussed the regulatory requirements imposed on European fund managers when approaching U.S. investors, investing in the U.S., or opening a stateside office.
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