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By regulating alternative fund managers rather than the funds themselves, the EU’s Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) has taken a radical new approach to investor protection.
This in turn has created new complexities, costs and considerations for those operating in this sector.
KPMG’s experienced AIFMD team, led by our Global Head of AIFMD Heleen Reitdijk, can guide you through AIFMD compliance issues. Feel free to get in touch with us to find out more on how our services can help your business.
Navigating through AIFMD – a guide for Private Equity and Venture Capital Funds in Ireland
The introduction of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (“AIFMD” or the “directive”) in July 2013 has had a fundamental impact on how the alternative investment funds industry across Europe conducts its business.
AIFMD Re-shaping for the future
In this article we provide an overview of the AIFMD (Level I and Level 2) legal and regulatory framework that governs the alternative investment fund industry in the EU that has, since July 2013, re-shaped the operations of managers and the alternative funds they manage.
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