Stockholm (HedgeNordic – Teaser) – Real estate and infrastructure investments have attracted increased interest from institutional investors in recent years. At the same time, the regulatory regime surrounding these asset classes has tightened and brought increased oversight and complexity for asset managers wanting to set up investment vehicles.

In an interview with HedgeNordic, Dirk Holz (pictured), director of real estate and private equity at RBC Investor & Treasury Services (RBC I&TS), discusses how evolving regulatory frameworks are influencing the way new investment vehicles are structured.

You can read the full article on pages 22-23 in the HedgeNordic Special Report on Real Estate and Infrastructure Investing

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