AIFMD: Impact on US Investment Advisers


In This Issue:

- Introduction

- Overview: Four key ways that US investment advisers are affected by AIFMD

- Marketing funds in the EEA

- Managing EEA domiciled funds

- Sub-adviser to an EEA manager

- Delegating to an EEA based sub-adviser

- Marketing Q&A

- Excerpt from Introduction:

This OnPoint considers the impact of the EU Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (“AIFMD”) on US based investment advisers. Much of what it covers is equally applicable for investment advisers and managers based in other non-EEA jurisdictions.

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