This section includes press releases issued by ALFI.
Likhit Wagle, Global Industry Leader, Banking & Financial Markets, IBM Global Business Services, IBM Industry Academy Member, speaks about digital.
How is Luxembourg positioning itself in follow-up of COP21 in Paris?
Marc Bichler, Ambassador-at-large for climate change, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, comments on the post-COP21 initiatives in the financial sector.
With 3,506.2 billion EUR of assets under management as at 31 December 2015, Luxembourg retains its position as the leading investment fund domicile in Europe, growing by 13.29% last year. The number of investment funds stood at 3,878. As at the end of November, Luxembourg accounted for 42.43% of all net sales in Europe.
The ALFI European Alternative Investment Funds Conference took place on January 19-20 2016 and was attended by more than 600 delegates.
Jean-Marc Goy (CSSF) comments on the regulatory agenda to come up in 2016 in the field of investment funds sector.
The Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) released today the 2015 Real Estate Investment Funds (REIF) survey, produced by EY Luxembourg, showing the development of the Luxembourg-domiciled REIF and Funds of REIF market as at the end of June 2015.
The trend towards greater adoption of swing pricing continues. The third edition of ALFI’s Swing Pricing Survey shows both a greater number of participants responding to the survey and a greater number of asset managers that have implemented the mechanism.
Reserved Alternative Investment Fund to provide an additional, complementary, alternative investment fund regime- Press releases
ALFI welcomes the publication of a draft law relating to a new Luxembourg alternative fund structure, the Reserved Alternative Investment Fund (RAIF).
ALFI’s Hong Kong office celebrates five successful years! The Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI or the Association) today celebrated the fifth anniversary of the opening of its Asia Representative Office in Hong Kong at the Association’s annual roadshow in the region. Asia has become the main non-European market for UCITS funds, totalling approximately 62% of total UCITS registrations outside of Europe.