Europe’s private equity industry does not need intrusive regulatory involvement in the conduct of its business or the management of its assets at either a national or a European level, according to a report compiled by a group of specialists set up by the European Commission.

The report says that restrictions on cross-border investment and capital raising should be lifted and that the industry should be freed from what it calls “punitive double taxation and legal uncertainty.”

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