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On 3rd October 2014, ALFI released the first editions of two documents prepared by ALFI’s AIFMD reporting working group.
The aim of this document is to provide the reader with a general overview of the main provisions of the AIFMD in relation to risk management as well as general principles for establishing a risk management function.
The aim of these Guidelines are to present best practice proposals for the management of Operational Risk and to assist Board members and senior management in the development of their risk management process.
ALFI's AIF Risk Management working group published the Q&A document “Risk Management for AIF under AIFMD”. The Q&A will cover all key dimensions of Risk Management activities under AIFMD including, for example, aspects in relation to key risk categories (such as, Market risk, Credit risk, Liquidity risk, etc.) as well as governance/delegation topics.
NICSA and ALFI published slides regarding AIFMD remuneration and overview of the new guidelines on compensation policy.
Luxembourg – Successful REIF Center : Lessons learnt and opportunities from the real estate downturn- Publications
This document provides information, guidance and practical examples on real estate funds industry relevant topics together with a brief outline of the key advantages, flexibility and opportunities of using Luxembourg in real estate investment fund context.
The ALFI Autumn Newsletter provides you with key updates on our industry and association's activities.
ALFI is pleased to present its annual “Global Fund Distribution Poster”, which presents key facts and statistics on the global cross-border investment fund market.
Practices and Recommendations aimed at reducing the risk of money laundering and terrorist financing in the Luxembourg Fund Industry- Publications
In consideration of applicable regulations, this document provides practices and recommendations for the due diligence measures to be applied to investors and intermediaries in foreign jurisdictions, in alignment with international standards, including the FATF recommendations as well as the European Directives 2005/60/EC and 2006/70/EC on the prevention of the use of the financial system for the purpose of money laundering and terrorist financing. The document amends and replaces the ALFI/ABBL/ALCO Practices and Recommendations aimed at reducing the risk of money laundering and terrorist financing in the Luxembourg Fund Industry dated February 2007.