It is difficult to quantify the Brexit effect in Luxembourg in general, and for alternative funds in particular.
Not all players have announced their plans publicly, much less given accurate information about their hiring.
National statistics office Statec estimated that by September 2018, 41 financial services businesses had relocated some activity to Luxembourg from the UK, of which they said 13 companies are in asset management and funds. All are likely to have some funds with alternative strategies. Statec said around 400 jobs have been created directly by the 41 firms.
Luxembourg is the EU country that has seen the most Brexit-related moves overall, says the consulting firm KPMG (PDF): 12 more than Ireland, 25 more than Germany and 27 more than France.