The law of 12 July 2013 relating to investment managers of alternative investment funds (the “Law”) was published in the Memorial A N° 119 on 15 July 2013. The CSSF has published the Law on their website. To access the Law please click here.
On 7 May 2019, Alfi published an updated version of the flyer "Luxembourg, your international ETF hub". As the second-largest domicile for ETFs in Europe, Luxembourg has been experiencing impressive growth rates. The country's expertise in cross-border distribution is also reflected in figures of ETFs which are registered for cross-border distribution. New statistical data, as well as the main reasons to choose Luxembourg as your ETF domicile, are listed in this 2019 edition of the publication. Read the document.
Alfi publishes co-branded Efama brochure: Asset Management - Financing citizens, communities and the European economy- Publications
On 6 May 2019, Alfi published a co-branded EFAMA brochure that aims to explain the role that asset managers play in the lives of European citizens, communities and businesses. It also delivers Efama and Alfi’s vision on the future of the investment industry and enunciates development principles intended to policymakers. Read the document in English or French.
ALFI publishes Guidelines on clearing and collateral arrangements in relation to OTC derivatives under EMIR requirements- Publications
On 7 March 2019, ALFI published to its members Guidelines on clearing and collateral arrangements in relation to OTC derivatives under EMIR requirements. An updated version of this document will be issued after the publication of the endorsed EMIR Refit text in the Official Journal of the European Union. Read the document.
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.
Debt funds play an increasingly important role in addressing the imbalance in liquidity supply/demand and helping businesses raise capital and stimulating economic growth.
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.
On 17 May 2018, ALFI and ABBL have issued a revised version of the Guidelines and recommendations for depositaries. This second release is an update aimed at covering UCITS, as well as improving certain sections of the initial guidelines published in July 2013 which were covering oversight duties and cash monitoring for AIFs.
On 17 may 2018, ALFI has published an aide-mémoire for the benefit of the Real Estate risk management world, which aims at proposing a list of practical considerations suitable for liquidity stress testing purposes for Real Estate Investment Funds.