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For the most part, the alternative investment market in the EU shares many similarities with its U.S. counterpart in terms of composition, with real estate, private equity and private debt playing major roles in both markets. However, the two markets differ in two key areas: size, where the American alternative investment market is significantly larger than its European counterpart, and regulations. Nonetheless, both markets have seen rapid growth over the last decade that makes the alternative investment market one of the most exciting in the EU and U.S. In this paper we explore what are some key points regarding the similarities and differences between the EU and U.S. alternative investment markets.
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