ALFI is pleased to publish issue 4 of its PRIIPs KID Q&A document which contains answers to questions about the PRIIPs KID, which are written from a perspective of investment funds (UCITS and AIFs as PRIIPs, or where these funds form part of MOPs). The document is reserved to the members of ALFI.
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On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) declared its commitment to work alongside stakeholders in Luxembourg to enable citizens to better understand and manage personal finances, in a context of rapid technological, economic and societal change. A dedicated session at the ALFI Global Distribution Conference provided an opportunity for representatives from the government, education, finance, business and the media to explore ways of closing the financial education gap in the Grand Duchy.
UCITS assets could quadruple to EUR 42 trillion by 2048, according to ALFI’S 30th anniversary report- Press releases
According to the report issued today by ALFI to mark ALFI’s 30th anniversary, UCITS assets have the potential to grow at a compound rate of 5% in the next three decades, with average annual net sales flows rising from €201 billion in 2017 to €860 billion in thirty years. As long as certain risk factors are addressed, this growth rate would quadruple UCITS’ asset base to over €42 trillion by the year 2048.
Boutiques and global giants take the top accolades in the Broadridge Distribution Achievement Awards at the ALFI Global Distribution Conference- Press releases
BlackRock, Robeco, J.P. Morgan Asset Management and Sycomore were named the top groups in the Broadridge Distribution Achievement Awards, presented at the ALFI Global Distribution Conference in Luxembourg on 25 September.
- Grand Hotel Stockholm & Marriott Hotel Copenhagen
- Church House Westminster, London
- Luxembourg House of Financial Technology (LHoFT)
- Hotel Kempinski Geneva & Hotel Marriott Zurich
- BCEE premises, 16, rue Zithe (entrance “Rousegärtgen” building)
- European Convention Center, Luxembourg
- Radisson Blu Gautrain Johannesburg & Taj Cape Town
- Grand Hyatt Taipei, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, Conrad Tokyo
- Central Hall Westminster