This section includes press releases issued by ALFI.
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LUXEMBOURGS NEW COALITION GOVERNMENT COMMITS TO STRENGTHENING COMPETITIVENESS OF LUXEMBOURG FUND INDUSTRY- Press releases
Luxembourg’s new coalition government has strongly stated its commitment to sustaining the long-term development of its financial centre in general and to strengthening the competitiveness of the Luxembourg investment fund industry in particular.
The Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) today released the 2013 version of its annual real estate investment fund (REIF) survey*, showing the development of the Luxembourg-domiciled REIF market as at the end of 2012.
Listen how leaders of national funds associations describe the opportunities and challenges they will be facing in the near future in their respective markets.
Ahead of the upcoming elections in Luxembourg on 20 October 2013, ALFI met with the local press to present its concerns to the political parties.
The Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) unveiled new report which looks at the impact of the financial crisis on European investor behaviour, and at the future direction of the asset management industry.
Discussions at ALFI’s Global Distribution Conference on 12 & 13 September 2013 in Kirchberg, Luxembourg will be posted live at ALFI’s LinkedIn group. ALFI team will also tweet using the hashtag #ALFIglobal13.
MONEY MARKET FUNDS PLAY A CRITICAL ROLE IN THE SHORT TERM FINANCING MARKETS AND REGULATION SHOULD NOT PUT THEM AT RISK- Press releases
ALFI expresses its concern over the proposed European Framework for Money Market Funds (MMFs).
ALFI, the trade body representing the Luxembourg Fund Industry, published the next two podcasts in its educational series “Basics of Investing”. These two short videos explain what an investment fund is and more particularly what a UCITS fund means. They explain the basic principles of how investment funds work, how investors can know the value of their investment and what happens if they want to buy units of an investment fund.
On 10 July 2013, the Luxembourg Parliament adopted the law transposing the Alternative Investment Fund Manager Directive (AIFMD) into Luxembourg law.