A view of Hong Kong island during the warmest winter this year on 2 March 2019. Photo: SCMP/Felix Wong

Hong Kong’s limited partnership regime may attract funds to set up domicile, boosting city’s role as Greater Bay Area private equity hub

  • Despite private equity managers raising and advising capital in the city, none uses a Hong Kong fund structure and opt instead to domicile in Cayman
  • Changes to limited partnership regime could bring more funds and managers to Hong Kong, and keep systemic risks in check, lawyers and analysts say
Topic |   Banking & Finance

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A view of Hong Kong island during the warmest winter this year on 2 March 2019. Photo: SCMP/Felix Wong
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