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Fitzrovia publishes Luxemburg Fund Guide


Fitzrovia International has published the fifth annual edition of its Luxemburg Fund Encyclopaedia.


The 1,200 page study looks in detail at the Luxemburg market including comparative analysis of fund cost structures, an overview of market trends and its largest players and provides individual sections on administration, auditing, custodial and legal services.


The encyclopaedia&#39s are available from Fitzrovia at £799.


Fitzrovia is a London based research company which publishes detailed annual reports on the following offshore jurisdictions, Luxemburg, Dublin, Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man.

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