The first edition of the ALFI European Asset Management (EAM) Conference took place in Luxembourg on March 21 and 22. The 600 participants from 25 countries very quickly recognised the event as THE place to be for international Asset Managers who wish to stay abreast of the most pressing issues currently facing the industry.
ALFI's Investor Protection working group published the Issue 1 of the PRIIPs KID Q&A. This document contains the working group's 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 ALFI Members, to download it click here.
Le projet de loi 7024 modifiera l'article 41 de la loi du 5 avril 1993 relative au secteur financier et assouplira le secret professionnel afin de faciliter l’externalisation de services dans le secteur financier à l’intérieur d’un même groupe ou vers des prestataires externes.
With more than 30 speakers from 12 countries and three continents, ALFI’s annual Impact Investing Conference on 26 April 2017 is the ideal platform to learn from and engage with founders and CEOs of impact ventures, wealth managers, institutional, private and social investors, fund promoters, advisors and service providers in the rapidly expanding field of impact investing.
ALFI response to the European Supervisory Authorities’ consultation on PRIIPs with environmental or social objectives- ALFI statements
On 23 March 2017, ALFI responded to the European Supervisory Authorities’ consultation on PRIIPs with environmental or social objectives.
Luxembourg Stock Exchange and ALFI publish the second edition of the Compendium of investment fund laws and regulations- Press releases
The Luxembourg Stock Exchange in cooperation with the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) has announced today the publication of the second edition of the compendium of Luxembourg laws and regulations on investment funds.
ALFI response to European Commission public consultation on Capital Markets Union Mid-Term Review 2017- ALFI statements
On 17 March 2017, ALFI responded to the public consultation on Capital Markets Union Mid-Term Review 2017 issued by the European Commission in January this year. The results of this consultation will feed into the mid-term review of the Capital Markets Union Action Plan that the Commission aims to publish in June 2017.
ALFI Response to the ESAs Joint Committee Discussion Paper on the use of big data by Financial Institutions- ALFI statements
The Joint Committee of the European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) has published a discussion paper for consultation regarding the potential benefits and risks of big data for consumers and financial firms in order to determine whether any further regulatory or supervisory actions may be needed.
2016 was another good year for Luxembourg domiciled REIFs as the population continued to expand, ALFI writes in the 10th edition of its annual Real Estate Investment Funds (REIF) survey that has been published today.
These joint recommendations have been prepared by representatives of ALFI and ILA’s working group specifically dealing with VAT on the remuneration of directors of UCIs and their management companies. The working group comprises independent directors, representatives of management companies, audit firms and law firms. ALFI and ILA hope that this document will serve their members as a reference document.