Jersey's funds business up by a fifth in 2021

Mark Battersby
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The total net asset value of regulated funds administered in Jersey rose by almost a fifth over the course of 2021 to reach a new record level as corporate activity and bank deposits also showed year-on-year growth, according to the most recent quarterly figures from Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) to 31 December last year. The value of regulated funds under administration increased by £72.1bn year-on-year (19%) to stand at £450.2bn. The growth is driven by the alternative asset classes, including private equity, real estate, hedge, credit and infrastructure, which now rep...

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