Brexit pushes Trium Capital to set up Dublin hub

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London-headquartered alternative investment specialist Trium Capital is set to launch a Dublin base in contingency planning for hard Brexit. The plan is to launch ‘Super ManCo' in Dublin, which will incorporate the firms' Ucits and non-Ucits funds. This is said to enhance the firm's distribution capabilities and offer it an undisrupted access to European markets even after Brexit. Speaking to The Irish Times, Andrew Collins, who will lead Trium Capital in Dublin, said the asset manager has operated a range of Irish funds from the UK since 2015 and has always intended to establish a pr...

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