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An Advisor’s Guide to Variable Interest Entities

Concerns about inflation and valuations have U.S. advisors looking further afield than domestic stocks to find opportunities for growth while diversifying a portfolio. A somewhat common structure that has existed for decades when investing in emerging markets is the variable interest entity (VIE), but it continues to be confusing and unclear to many advisors.

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