In This Issue:
- 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...more
What if co-operation arrangements are not in place in time?
We expect that most will be. However, without a co-operation arrangement in place between all relevant regulatory authorities, the manager will need...more
In cases where a US investment adviser appoints an EEA sub-adviser, the parties concerned will need to analyse which entity will be the AIFM. Whether such arrangements relate to group entities or third parties, the parties...more
AIFMD will affect the operations of US investment advisers which undertake investment management functions and certain other so-called collective management functions in respect of the portfolios of EEA or non-EEA AIF under...more
There has been some uncertainty as to the terms on which non-EEA managers (including US investment advisers) will be able to continue to directly manage the portfolios of EEA domiciled AIFs (e.g. Irish or Luxembourg domiciled...more
AIFMD starts to take effect from 22 July 2013, subject to certain transitional arrangements. In broad terms, it will affect US investment advisers engaged in the following activities....more
On 11 January 2013, HM Treasury published its first consultation on Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) implementation in the UK, entitled "Transposition of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers...more
Adoption of the regulation accelerates implementation of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive throughout the EU.
The European Commission adopted the long-heralded Alternative Investment Fund Managers...more