After a it of googling I’ve found that the European version of this is called SICAV
From financial times:
A Sicav (Société d’investissement à capital variable) is an open-ended collective investment fund, much like a unit trust or Oeic. And, thanks to changes to EU legislation, these funds can now be marketed across the EU. So, UK investors may come across Sicavs a lot more over the next few years.
There are about 2,000 funds in the UK fund universe and more than 20,000 available across Europe.
I’m having a hard time even googling these SICAV funds. Can’t find a nice list of them like on the UK site a few comments above. I guess I need to google for them in French, which I can’t speak. Any French people here?
Anybody know anything about these SICAVS?