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RAIFs were introduced in 2016 by the Luxembourg government to remove a double layer of supervision from alternative investment funds. These funds can invest in a wide range of assets, such as real estate, private equity, infrastructure and debt.
RAIFs can be incorporated under various corporate structures and may be open-ended or close-ended funds.
Potential benefits and key features of RAIF funds include:
An efficient way for investors to access various alternative investments
RAIFs typically invest in a diverse range of assets, which can help to reduce risk by spreading out investments across different markets, industries, and asset classes.
RAIFs may offer greater liquidity than other alternative investment vehicles, such as private equity
1 Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against loss.