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On 6 December 2018, ALFI responded to the ESA consultation concerning targeted amendments to the PRIIPs KID.
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Assets under management in Luxembourg-domiciled Loan Funds has reached €49billion, according to a study by KPMG on behalf of ALFI, the Association of the Luxembourg fund industry.
STRONG GROWTH IN LUXEMBOURG ALTERNATIVE FUNDS CONFIRMED BY SURVEYS ON REAL ESTATE, LOAN AND PRIVATE EQUITY AND VENTURE CAPITAL FUNDS- Studies
ALFI today unveiled three reports at its PERE conference held in Luxembourg on 20 and 21 November. The surveys all highlight the strong growth of alternative funds in Luxembourg.
According the Luxembourg Private Equity and Venture Capital Investment Fund Survey* conducted by Deloitte on behalf of ALFI, released today, assets under management have increased by 20% year-to-year, confirming Luxembourg’s attractiveness as a domicile for alternative investment funds.
2018 ALFI REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT FUND (REIF) SURVEY SHOWS INNOVATIVE RAIF REGIME IS FIRMLY ESTABLISHED- Studies
According to ALFI’s 2018 REIF survey, 2017 and the first two quarters of 2018 show another good period for Luxembourg-domiciled REIFs. The population of REIFs surveyed by ALFI continued to expand, this time by 45, bringing the total number of surveyed vehicles to 304, including 27 manager-regulated AIFs, 27 RAIFs dedicated to real estate and 11 SICARs.
Debt funds play an increasingly important role in addressing the imbalance in liquidity supply/demand and helping businesses raise capital and stimulating economic growth.
The brochure provides information on the set up as well as the servicing of private equity and venture capital investment vehicles in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
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.
Not only was this edition the most successful one in terms of numbers (760+ participants from 30+ countries), it was also marked by the celebrations of ALFI's 30th anniversary. Check out the