Who are we

Barex Capital is an investment fund (SIF) in Luxembourg. SIF is one of the types of investment fund that is regulated and which is not intended for the general public. Unlike the UCITS funds that fall within the scope of the EU directive and which invest in securities, such as stocks and bonds. The Fund (SIF) offers an operationally flexible and financially efficient multi-purpose investment fund regime for an international, institutional and qualified investor base.

The main characteristics of a specialized investment fund (SIF) are the absence of any restrictions on the type of assets to which it can invest, and an easier supervisory regime. The SIF form unites a wide range of Luxembourg know-how in the regulation of the fund with the opportunity to invest in alternative assets. Specialized investment funds (SIFs) have been at the forefront of regulated alternative investment strategies around the world. The Specialized Investment Fund (SIF) in Luxembourg is consistent with the principle of diversification when choosing its investments in order to protect investors. SIF does not require a promoter, however, like other regulated investment companies in Luxembourg, it is sanctioned and controlled by CSSF.

Barex Capital takes the legal form of S.C.A. (Société en commandite par actions) and is formed as an investment company SICAF – Société d’investissement à capital fixe.

The registered office of the Management Company or Investment Company, in accordance with the charter, as well as the place of central management and control is in Luxembourg.

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