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.
The 10 reasons flyer for Luxembourg to be a unique hub for Alternative Investment Funds (AIF) and Alternative Investment Fund Managers (AIFM) sets out, in a short and comprehensive way, the obvious reasons why Luxembourg is the perfect hub to set up your AIF and AIFM.
At the occasion of the ALFI - ALRiM Risk management conference taking place on 17th April 2013 in Luxembourg, ALFI published guidelines on Principles for sound stress testing practices.
Take a look at our updated brochure “Luxembourg: your bridge between China and Europe”.
This new brochure provides readers with a general overview of the Luxembourg fund industry including key figures, main reasons why investment fund industry chooses Luxembourg, the three world-leading pillars and many more.
The ALFI Spring Newsleter provides you with a valuable update on our industry, as well as an overview of the latest activities of the association.
ALFI is pleased to publish its Guidelines for UCITS Liquidity Risk Management.
Alfi is pleased to publish its Global Distribution Poster which reflects key trends in global cross-border fund distribution at the end of 2011.