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Currency Hedging Survives ESMA UCITS Share Class Cull

For the past two years, the European Securities and Markets Authority (“ESMA”), Europe’s main securities regulator, has had UCITS share classes in their sights. It has issued two discussion papers on the topic and has now...more

UK Votes To Leave The EU: What Does it Mean for Asset Managers?

The voters have spoken. Britain will (absent any new deals) leave the EU. Under the EU Treaty, the exit process should take at least two years. During this two-year period, UK-based asset management entities, including...more

ESMA Lends Support for a Harmonised European Framework for Loan Origination Funds

The European Securities and Markets Authority (“ESMA”) published its opinion on 11 April 2016 on the necessary elements for a harmonised European framework for loan origination by funds (the “Opinion”). The Opinion is issued...more

Brexit: What does it mean for asset managers?

The European Union (EU) is made up of 28 member states committed, through a series of treaties, to ever closer economic and political union. As such it exercises considerable power, both internally and internationally. It is...more

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...more

AIFMD: Impact on US Investment Advisers - June 2013: Delegating to an EEA based sub-adviser

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: Impact on US Investment Advisers - June 2013: Managing EEA domiciled funds

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: Impact on US Investment Advisers - June 2013: Marketing funds in the EEA

From 22 July 2013, subject to certain transitional arrangements, new rules will apply in relation to the “marketing” of AIFs to investors domiciled in or with a registered office in the EEA....more

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