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
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
This newsletter provides an overview of some of the main financial services regulatory developments in the UK and EU from the period 1 January 2013 to 1 June 2013.
Banking and Prudential Supervision Basel 3/Capital...more
Arrangements allow EU securities regulators to supervise non-EU alternative fund managers and thereby allow such managers access to the EU.
On 30 May, the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) announced that...more
More than seven months after publishing its consultation paper, the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) recently published final guidelines (Guidelines) on sound remuneration policies under the Alternative...more
The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (the “Directive”) will introduce new regulatory reporting requirements for alternative investment fund managers (“AIFMs”) covered by the Directive. These will include all...more
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