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ALFI publishes issue 2 of its Q&A document on GDPR

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On 19 October 2018, ALFI published issue 2 of its Q&A document on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The document contains the working group's answers to questions about EU data protection, which are written from a perspective of investment funds. 

ALFI publishes issue 4 of its PRIIPs KID Q&A document

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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.

ALFI and ABBL: New Guidelines and Recommendations for Depositaries

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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.

ALFI/ILA recommendations on VAT on remuneration of directors of UCIs and their management companies

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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.

Luxembourg Reserved Alternative Investment Fund (RAIF)

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The Reserved Alternative Investment Fund (RAIF) vehicle combines the characteristics and structuring flexibilities of Luxembourg regulated specialised investment funds (SIFs) and investment companies in risk capital (SICARs) qualifying as AIFs managed by an authorised AIFM, except that RAIFs are not subject to CSSF approval before they are launched. This permits the achievement of a significantly enhanced time-to-market for new fund launches.

 

 

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