This section includes press releases issued by ALFI.
The UK voted on 23 June to exit the EU and we must all now work to create practical solutions to implement this. For asset managers, whilst Brexit is a business issue and depends on each manager’s business model and strategy, ALFI will be working on practical solutions for the industry.
A year ago, ALFI presented its annual report as a flip book and a downloadable PDF version to ensure audiences around the world could access it. For its 2015-2016 report, the association created the dedicated website which should further facilitate access to key information.
Information, promotion and training are the key focuses of the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) as it aims to consolidate Luxembourg’s position as the leading European centre for investment funds.
Risk management remains a key component of asset managers’ governance framework, according to the 7th annual ALFI & ALRiM European Risk Management Conference- Press releases
The annual ALFI & ALRiM European Risk Management Conference, which took place on 26 May 2016, highlighted the fact that risk management is a key component of the governance framework for asset managers. It also emphasised the fact that Luxembourg remains a centre of excellence in risk management.
Speaking today at the London conference of the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry, Denise Voss, Chairman of ALFI, said: “The asset management industry plays a key role in economic growth, enabling people to save for their long-term financial security, stimulating innovation and ensuring sufficient investments in infrastructure.”
Jacques Elvinger, Partner at Elvinger Hoss Prussen, explains what is the purpose of the "RAIF".
Simon Ramos, Partner, Advisory & Consulting Investment Management, Deloitte Luxembourg speaks about the key findings of the latest FinTech study.
Luxembourg UCITS footprint increased to 62% in terms of assets under management in three years to December 2015- Press releases
ALFI today released figures outlining the footprint of Luxembourg domiciled UCITS, showing the volume of assets under management in various markets globally as at December 2015, giving a breakdown in those markets of the percentage of Luxembourg UCITS, other foreign and domestic open-ended funds.
“The asset management industry has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to re-imagine and modernise its distribution model to address market and operational challenges – for future and current investors,” says Denise Voss, Chairman of ALFI.
ALFI has issued the ALFI Spring Mag 2016, which brings forward and deepens key topics addressed at this year’s Spring Conference, looks into factors that drive market trends and how those dynamics ultimately affect the investment fund business.