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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:
1 Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against loss.