This section includes press releases issued by ALFI.
Join us for another NICSA webinar in the series sponsored by ALFI to hear about the findings of the study "Beyond their borders: evolution of foreign investment by pension funds".
The Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) has announced today the publication of Frequently Asked Questions to provide general guidance to Luxembourg investment funds and their management companies wishing to apply for an RQFII Licence and an RQFII Quota.
ALFI published another video from the #askalfi series. This time, Olivier Portenseigne, Fundsquare S.A., explains how are the distributors fighting against disintermediation.
ALFI Chairman Denise Voss, gives her views on how investors' behavior is changing - especially the young generation who will not be buying investment funds from bankers but online with their smartphones. Denise also highlights the importance of investors' education!
ALFI recently launched a new campaign on Twitter called #askALFI. Followers can ask questions related to the investment fund industry using hashtag #askALFI and ALFI experts respond to selected questions via short video messages.
Nicolas Mackel, CEO of Luxembourg For Finance, gives several arguments on why Luxembourg is THE place to be for FinTech companies.
The ALFI Global Distribution Conference on September 15-16, organised in co-operation with NICSA and HKIFA, the industry associations of the US and Hong Kong, took place this year at the Philharmonie. Our usual venue at the Centre de Conference is hosting meetings of Luxembourg’s Presidency of the European Council during the second half of 2015.
International investment by pension funds increases globally but is still restricted in some markets- Press releases
Pension funds around the world are increasingly looking beyond their borders to address their investment needs, according to the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) which today released its global pension fund report, “Beyond their borders: evolution of foreign investment by pension funds,” produced by PwC Luxembourg.
The Luxembourg Stock Exchange in cooperation with the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) has announced today the publication of a compendium of Luxembourg laws and regulations on investment funds.
Luxembourg is the second largest European domicile for ETFs with 465 funds units and some 82 bn EUR of AUM (end of June 2015). Luxembourg notably continues to attract ETFs sold on an international basis, gathering around 35% of the total authorisations in Europe for cross-border distribution of ETFs.
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