More than 40 years ago, Universal-Investment launched the first private label fund in Germany – and in doing so followed the principle of an innovative division of labour: you as initiator and fund partner develop the idea and take over the portfolio management; we supply the complete administration and other valuable services for it.
Depending on your requirements, we will support you with our modular concepts from structuring right up to suitable distribution support. Amalgamating differentiated strengths systematically – this concept has made us the market leader in the area of private label funds in the German-speaking region and Luxembourg.
The number of cooperation agreements with prestigious asset managers, banks, investment boutiques and international asset managers, which has been growing steadily for many years, is a convincing reflection of the trust placed in us. Today, we offer one of the most comprehensive and professional product ranges in the area of private label funds: from fund, security and real-estate administration right up to structuring for alternative asset classes.
Universal-Investment is the central platform for independent asset management.
We offer integrated solution expertise for your fund idea. We regard ourselves as structuring experts, who have access to the right fund set-up in Germany and Luxembourg for every investment purpose, every asset class and every distribution objective. We will handle all aspects of project planning, implementation and support, enabling you to focus on your core competencies and save time and costs. Finding the best solutions means for us:
As pioneer in the area of private label funds we have more then 4 decades of expertise in administrating funds. Therefore, you can expect:
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