In this newsletter

- U.S.:

- Dodd-Frank Act – Designation of asset managers as systemically important financial institutions

- Volcker Rule finalised with a more limited application to covered fund activities

- Asia-Pacific:

- The Asian Region Funds Passport – one step closer to reality

- The Feeling’s Mutual – Development in Hong Kong/PRC funds recognition

- Europe:

- Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive – Implications for depositaries of Illiquid Asset Funds: who wants to be a depositary?

- The Luxembourg perspective on the “Letter Box”

- UK FCA Thematic Reviews

- Tax

- Tax highlights for asset managers

- An excerpt from Dodd-Frank Act – Designation of asset managers as systemically important financial institutions:

What is the policy?

As we reported in last year’s issue, the U.S. Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) has the ability to designate as Systemically Important Financial Institutions (SIFIs) non-bank domestic or foreign companies that are predominantly engaged in financial activities in the U.S. (such entities, Non-Bank SIFIs). Companies that are designated as SIFIs are subject to enhanced oversight and regulation by the Federal Reserve Board (the Federal Reserve)...

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