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S.I. No. 257/2013 - Irish Statute Boo

  1. Conditions for Irish AIFMs managing EU AIFs established in other Member States and for AIFMs from other Member States managing Irish AIFs. 34. (1) An authorised Irish AIFM may manage an EU AIF established in another Member State either directly or by establishing a branch, provided that the Irish AIFM is authorised to manage that type of AIF
  2. Legislation applicable to AIFM Legislation relevant to the regulation of AIFMs is listed below. Where the links provided are to www.irishstatutebook.ie users should note the disclaimer on the Irish Statute Book website. The following list is not exhaustive and is intended to serve as a guide only: Statutory Instrument
  3. The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive provides an EU framework for the regulation and oversight of alternative investment fund managers (AIFMs). Similar to the UCITS Directive for retail funds, the AIFMD enables alternative investment funds (AIFs) authorised in one member state to be sold across the EU under a marketing passport

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  1. istrators, Alternative Investment Fund Managers and AIF Depositaries. AIF Rulebook March 2018 | pdf 1916 KB
  2. AIFs established in Ireland are authorised under the following pieces of domestic investment fund legislation: Unit trusts under the Unit Trusts Act 1990; Investment limited partnerships under the Investment Limited Partnerships Act 1994; Common Contractual Funds under the Investment Funds, Companies and Miscellaneous Provisions Act 200
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  4. Under the Irish AIFMD Regulations, registered AIFMs that manage Irish AIFs are required to register with the Central Bank of Ireland (the Central Bank) and comply with the following conditions: 1. Regulation 4(3) of the Irish AIFMD Regulations: Registration and Provision of Information. A registered AIFM is required to
  5. Irish AIFMD Regulations Implemented The Irish regulations implementing the EU Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) have been published today, July 17, 2013, on the Irish Department of Finance website, having been signed into law yesterday by the Irish Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan. The regulations are titled as the European Union (Alternativ
  6. 8. Regulation 34 of the Principal Regulations is amended by substituting for paragraphs (1) to (3) the following: (1) An authorised Irish AIFM may either directly or by the establishment of a branch - (a) manage an EU AIF established in another Member State, provided that the Irish AIFM is authorised to manage that typ

A Guide to Establishing an AIFMD in Irelan

  1. The Regulations require that an AIFM must functionally and hierarchically separate the risk management function from its operating units, including portfolio management. Each AIFM must also implement adequate risk management systems to identify, measure, manage and monitor all risks relevant to each AIF it manages or has exposure to
  2. imum subscription requirements apply. A RIAIF must utilise an authorised Alternative Investment Fund Manager (AIFM)
  3. The AIFMD framework is in many ways reflective of pre-existing requirements in Ireland relating to supervisory oversight, an independent depositary, corporate governance, valuations and investor disclosure. The Central Bank has clarified its regime applicable to Irish regulated AIFs, AIFMs and their service providers under the AIF Rulebook
  4. Therefore, all non-UCITS funds may be considered AIFs. Irish AIFs are established pursuant to the AIFMD Regulations, which implement AIFMD in Ireland. AIFMD regulates both EU AIFMs who manage AIFs in the EU, and non-EU AIFMs that manage AIFs in the EU or market AIFs in the EU. The main types of AIFs in Ireland are Qualifying Investor Alternative Investment Funds (QIAIFs) and Retail Investor Alternative Investment Funds (RIAIFs)
  5. The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive ( AIFMD ) was implemented into Irish legislation pursuant to the European Union (Alternative Investment Fund Managers) Regulations, 2013 (the AIFM Regulations ). The competent authority with respect to AIFMD in Ireland is the Central Bank of Ireland (the Central Bank )
  6. g the regulatory landscape Under AIFMD, every alternative investment fund, if it is managed and/or marketed in the EU, must appoint an AIFM. Different requirements will apply depending on whether the AIFM is located inside or outside the EU o
  7. Our team also advises Alternative Investment Fund Managers (AIFMs) on establishment and licensing of their businesses in Ireland, as well as compliance with ongoing regulatory obligations as their businesses evolves, to include passporting, regulatory reporting, capital requirements, remuneration and liquidity and risk management

The European Union (Shareholders' Rights) Regulations 2020 (the Irish SRD II Regulations) come into operation on 30 March 2020. This is the Irish implementing legislation for the Second Shareholders' Rights Directive (SRD II) The Irish SRD II Regulations contain provisions applicable to AIFMs, UCITS ManCos and SMIC of business requirements on AIFMs, which in turn impact the funds they manage. Ireland was the flrst jurisdiction to provide a regulated framework for AIFs and remains at the forefront of developments with the implementation of AIFMD. The AIFMD framework is in many ways refiective of pre-existing requirements in Ireland relating t

The AIFM should also conduct stress tests on market factors such as foreign exchange movements which could materially impact the credit profile of the AIFM or that of the AIF and as a result collateral requirements. The AIFM should account for valuation sensitivities under stressed conditions in its approach to stress testing or scenario analysis AIFMs managing all types of funds that are not covered by Directive 2009/65/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 July 2009 on the coordination of laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to the undertakings for collective investment in transferable securities (UCITS) (4), irrespective of the legal o These requirements must be transposed into Irish law by 15 December 2014. The effective date of these amendments coincides with the transposition deadline. Finally, the regulations also clarify that non-EU AIFMs must apply to the Bank for approval before marketing in the State,.

Irish AIFMD Rulebook Aquest Advisor

  1. 4. Legislative Framework for AIFMD in Ireland Page 37 5. AIFM Requirements Page 43 6. Valuation Page 68 7. Transparency Page 76 8. Remuneration Rules Page 87 9. Depositary Requirements and Liability Page 99 10. The Irish QIAIF Pag 122 11. Taxation of AIFs in Ireland Page 161 12. Taxation of AIFMs in Ireland Page 16
  2. Our team also advises Alternative Investment Fund Managers (AIFMs) on establishment and licensing of their businesses in Ireland, as well as compliance with ongoing regulatory obligations as their businesses evolves, to include passporting, regulatory reporting, capital requirements, remuneration and liquidity and risk management
  3. Regulation 34 Conditions for Irish AIFMs managing EU AIFs established in other Member States and for AIFMs from other Member States managing Irish AIFs. Chapter 8 Specific Rules In Relation to Third Countries (regs. 35-43) Regulation 35 Conditions for Irish AIFMs which manage non-EU AIFs which are not marketed in Member States
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Regulation 34 Conditions for Irish AIFMs managing EU AIFs

The Irish regulations implementing the EU Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) have been published today, July 17, 2013, on the Irish Department of Finance website, having been signed into law yesterday by the Irish Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan.The regulations are titled as the European Union (Alternative Investment Fund Managers) Regulations, 2013 (the AIFMD. Unless the credit institution (either itself, where depositary, or in some arrangement with a depositary depositing cash on behalf of its client) to hold relevant balances on trust or use some other device to prevent cash balances of Irish AIFs and UCITS being treated in the same way as all other general creditors, a breach of the UCITS Regulations and/or AIFM Regulations may arise AIF. At the AIF (or fund) level, the Irish regulatory regime recognises two types of AIF reflecting not only the provisions of AIFMD but also building on the pre-existing and well known Irish qualifying investor fund (QIF)structure which, to date, has been the principal Irish non-UCITS scheme used for hedge funds and other alternative fund products

Any additional requirements imposed by the EEA state (such as depository requirements in countries like Germany). If the AIFs are distributed to retail investors, additional requirements, restrictions, and limitations usually apply depending on where the investors are located. Extending the AIFMD Passport It imposes regulatory requirements on providers (administrators), certain contributors (supervised contributors) and users (supervised entities) including UCITS, UCITS management companies, and AIFMs. Most of the regulatory requirements are imposed on benchmark administrators, the extent of which is dependent on the. Directive 2011/61/EU so that the new requirements imposed on AIFMs can be effectively put into operation. The provisions in this Regulation are closely interrelated, since they deal with the authorisation, ongoing operation and transparency of AIFMs which manage and, as the case may be, or market AIFs in the Union, which ar

Irish AIFs managed by an Irish AIFM would need to additionally be filed with the CBI. For non-EU AIFMs marketing under the national private placement regimes in the EU, the annual report must be made available to the local EU regulator of the target market. *Transparency requirements refer to Article 22 (annual report), Article 23 (investo Licensed by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) and the Commission de Surveillance de Secteur Financier (CSSF) in Luxembourg, our AIFM-offering includes the requisite substance, infrastructure, employees, resources, systems, reporting disclosure, and supervision of service providers and delegated activities to comply with the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) Regulation 21(1)(d) of Ireland's EU (Alternative Investment Fund Managers) Regulations, 2013 (AIFMD Regulations) requires that an Irish authorised alternative investment fund manager (AIFM) or internally managed alternative investment fund (AIF) cannot delegate portfolio management or risk management to a third country firm unless, inter alia, co-operation between the [Central] Bank and.

Fagetan A.M. (2021) Regulation of Hedge Funds in Selected Single European Jurisdictions: Italy, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta, and Switzerland—The Impact of the AIFM Directive. In: The Regulation of Hedge Funds AIFMD: Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (Directive 2011/61/EU) as amended. AIFMD Level 2: Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 231/2013. AIFM Regulations: European Union (Alternative Investment Fund Managers) Regulations 2013 (SI No. 257 of 2013). AIF Rulebook: The Central Bank's rulebook in relation to AIFs which contains. Although the final text clarifies some of the confusion contained in the Commission's original proposal, it also creates a divergence as to which provisions under AIFMD apply (a) to EU vs non-EU AIFMs and also (b) to EU vs non-EU AIFs since the ability to pre-market an AIF would not be available to non-EU AIFMs unless an NCA chose to extend its NPPR to include the same concept Ireland Switzerland New tax regulations under AIFM-StAnpG—guidance from the German fiscal authorities Till Westermeier Manager Financial Services Tax Deloitte Eva Ernst Senior Manager Financial Services Tax Deloitte The taxation of mutual funds in its current form remains generally unchanged; however changes will be made in subarea

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within Europe. The extensive requirements with which AIFMs must comply are designed to ensure that these managers can manage AIFs on a cross-border basis and the AIFs that they manage can be sold on a cross-border basis. 2. The AIFMD framework is made up of the following EU legislation: • Directive 2011/61/EU 1, which was adopted in 2011 The Central Bank of Ireland (the Central Bank) has updated its AIFMD Questions and Answers document by publishing a new fifth edition, clarifying the exemption for securitisation vehicles from AIFMD.Broadly, the Central Bank has clarified that: securitisation companies that have registered with the Central Bank as financial vehicle corporations pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 24/2009 of the.

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The Regulation introduces requirements on marketing communications; rules on the creation of a central database covering (among other things) cross-border marketing of AIFs and UCITS.Provisions contained in the Directive include: a new definition of pre-marketing for AIFMs and UCITS management companies; the conditions for pre-marketing in the EU by an EU AIFM; the procedure for discontinuing. Background. The focus on environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) principles-based sustainable investing is ever-increasing. In Ireland, EU ESG-related rules and regulations apply to AIFMs, UCITS ManCos, Super ManCos, MiFID-licensed firms (together Firms) and the AIFs and UCITS they manage The AIFMD Level 2 Regulations were published by the European Commission on 19 December 2012. Your AIFMD challenges. The AIFMD heavily affects the non-UCITS sector. The directive significantly impacts the current organisational structure and business practice of the non-UCITS sector On 1 st April 2021, the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) issued the 38 th edition of the Central Bank AIFMD Q&A, which includes two new Q&A's, ID 1141 and ID 1142.. The Q&A [ID 1141] relates to raising capital from investors by way of a shareholder (unitholder) loan. The AIF Rulebook does not envisage or specifically permit arrangements which involve loans between an authorised AIF and its.

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In order to limit the extent to which leverage contributes to the build-up of systemic risk in the financial system or risks disorderly markets, the home regulator is permitted to impose its own limits on the level of leverage an AIFM may employ or other restrictions on management (after having notified ESMA and ESRB) A UK AIFM marketing an EU AIF (e.g., a Luxembourg or Irish fund) in the UK is now subject to the same requirements that apply when it markets a Cayman or other non-EU fund. A UK AIFM is treated as a third country AIFM by the EU member states and, consequently, may only market an EU AIF in the EU under the national private placement regime of Article 42 AIFMD, where available

UK AIFMs managing Irish AIFs We understand that the CBI has confirmed that an Irish Qualifying Investor AIF (QIAIF) will be permitted to designate a UK AIFM as its AIFM. However, as is currently the case, non-EEA AIFMs are unable to manage Irish retail investor AIFs (RIAIFs), so UK AIFMs currently managing Irish RIAIFs will not be able to continue to do so The European Union (Shareholders' Rights) Regulations 2020 (the Irish SRD II Regulations) come into operation on 30 March 2020. This is the Iris Duff & Phelps, the world's premier provider of governance, risk and transparency solutions, today announced that it has been authorized by the Central Bank of Ireland as an Alternative Investment Fund Manager (AIFM) and Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (UCITS) Management Company (Super ManCo) in Ireland Ireland, given the extraordinary growth in the industry here in recent years. Progressive policies introduced by Irish legislators and a progressive approach to regulation, not to mention a huge amount of hard work by industry professionals, has resulted in a situation where Ireland is increasingly seen a EU AIFM marketing Non-EU AIFs to professional investors - Article 36 requirements. Under the Directive, an EU AIFM is able to market non-EU AIFs to professional investors under Member States' private placement regimes. The EU AIFM must comply with all of the provisions in the Directive except for the depositary requirements

Regulatory Requirements and Guidance - Central Bank of Irelan

We are working to ensure the accuracy of all of our Registers as quickly as possible. In the meantime, if you have a query in relation to the regulatory status of a financial services firm you should contact the firm in the first instance and if your query is not resolved please contact enquiries@centralbank.ie or + 1890 777 777 Requirements included in the UK AIFMD. the authorisation of the fund manager (full scope UK AIFM) or, alternatively, registration subject to a lighter regime for UK AIFMs managing AIFs with 'assets under management' below certain thresholds. Sub-threshold UK AIFMs have the right to opt-in to full authorisatio The CSSF hereby also reminds AIFMs established in Luxembourg managing UK AIFs prior to 31 December 2020 and having notified the marketing of those AIFs to professional investors in other EU Member States under the provisions of Article 30 of the AIFM Law, that they will need to review the marketing requirements applicable to those funds as of 1 January 2021 Central Bank Confirms Requirements for UK AIFMs Marketing AIFs in Ireland Following End of Brexit Transition Period Mason Hayes & Curran LLP European Union , Ireland , United Kingdom December 21 202

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Irish Financial Services Law, Central Bank of Ireland, Rulebook, 2013 Rulebook Accounting, AIFs, Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive - AIFMD AIFMS which are authorised by the Central Bank under the AIFM Regulations | AIF Rulebook (updated March 2018) | Better Regulation AIFs that do not appoint an external AIFM will themselves constitute the AIFM. AIFs structured as self-managed investment companies, for example, will typically fall into this category. The AIFMD does specifically address the right of AIFMs to delegate their functions, subject to applicable conditions 2 Background. On 18 August 2020, ESMA issued a letter to the European Commission (the Commission) highlighting nineteen (19) areas where, in ESMA's opinion, improvements could to be made to the regulatory framework currently in place for alternative investment funds (AIFs) and which ESMA believes the Commission should consider as part of the Commission's scheduled review of the Alternative.

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The Company was authorised by the Central Bank on 11 December 2019 to carry out the functions of an AIFM pursuant to the AIFMD Regulations and UCITS Management Company pursuant to the UCITS Regulations. These functions include investment management (portfolio management and risk management), administration services and marketing AIFMD compliance requirements, there is anecdotal evidence to suggest a second iteration of AIFMD could emerge. Quite what an AIFMD II will look like is yet to MUFG Fund Services (Ireland) Limited, Ormonde House,12/13 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2, Ireland, T +53 01 647 0500 AIFMD - Depositary Directive 2011/ 61/EU on Alternative Investment Fund Managers (AIFMD) must be implemented by EU Member States by 22 July 2013. AIFMD is supplemented by a delegated regulation (AIFMD Regulation). AIFMD regulates the activities of Alternative Investment Fund Managers (AIFMs) and their Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs) AIFMs based in Non-EEA jurisdictions wishing to market AIFs in Belgium will be required to notify the BFSMA with the documents required under (as applicable) Article 39 §5 or 40 §6 of AIFMD. Transitional arrangements have been put in place for AIFMs to be able to continue to carry on Non-EEA activities on the basis of existing requirements. 3 If you travel to Ireland from a designated State, you must enter a period of mandatory quarantine. See here for more details. Image: Travelling to Ireland during the COVID-19 pandemic . Travelling to Ireland during the COVID-19 pandemic . Image: Travelling outside of Ireland

Risk Management Services for Investment Funds - Irelan

The Irish regulations implementing the EU Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) have been published today, July 17, 2013, on the Irish Department of Finance website, having been signed into law yesterday by the Irish Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan Regulator Finanzmarktaufsicht (FMA). Timing The condition for equivalence of the rules of the home country with Austrian law can make it difficult to obtain approval. If the conditions can be fulfilled, the registration should take 3 to 6 months. Notes Additional requirements amounting to full compliance with AIFMD and the appointment of a local representative in Austria Under regulation 16 of theAIFMD UK regulationasmall registered UK AIFM may apply to theFCAfor aPart 4A permissionto manage an AIF. In its application asmall registered UK AIFMmay apply to become: (1) asmall authorised UK AIFM; or (2) afull-scope UK AIFM. FUND 1 : Introduction Section 1.4 : AIFM business restrictions The Central Bank of Ireland has authorised the Irish entity of Manulife Investment Management as an alternative investment fund manager (AIFM) with effect from 15 April 2021. The decision enables Manulife to provide management company services to alternative managers in line with the EU's AIFM directive

AIFMD is one regulatory change against a backdrop of a sea of change, most impacting from 2013 onwards. A few of the other regulatory requirements are Dodd-Frank, OTC Derivative Directive (EMIR), Solvency II, Basel III etc. • Share our insight into AIFMD and what others in the industr the Regulation (EU) 2019/1156 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 June 2019 (Regulation 2019) on facilitating cross-border distribution of collective investment undertakings and amending Regulations (EU) no. 345/2013, (EU) no. 346/2013 and (EU) no. 1286/2014 Duff & Phelps, the world's premier provider of governance, risk and transparency solutions, today announced that it has been authorized by the Central Bank of Ireland as an (AIFM) and (UCITS) Management Company (Super ManCo) in Ireland The CBI has provided a framework detailing how it believes the regulatory obligations set out in the AIFM Regulations and UCITS Regulations could be allocated to each managerial function. Appendix I includes a table which provides examples of some of the managerial obligations placed on AIFMs and/or UCITS ManCos which were identified by the CBI as falling under each of the six managerial. AIFMD and UCITS Management Company Solutions Waystone is an operator of funds, not just a service provider.; UK Authorised Corporate Director (ACD) Services Our ACD services are designed to meet your specific demands.; Investment Servicing & Trade Execution We have an experienced team of dedicated operations professionals.; Risk Management and Regulatory Reporting We employ a team of.

Fund Types & Legal Structures - Irish Fund

In 2013, AIFMD introduced regulatory requirements for all EU alternative investment fund managers (AIFMs) and for all Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs) marketing into the EU. Marketing under the AIFMD covers any direct or indirect offering or placement at the initiative of the AIFM or on behalf of the AIFM, of units or shares in a fund i Although the text of the proposals refers generally to an AIFM and an AIF, it is clear from the context, as well as from the reference to Article 32 of AIFMD, that it is intended to apply only to EU AIFMs and EU AIFs - presumably, this point will be clarified as part of the legislative process and the wording made consistent with that in Article 32 The guidelines are supplementary to the LST requirements in AIFMD and the UCITS Directive and should be applied proportionately in accordance with the nature, scale and complexity of each fund. ESMA's aim is to have a consistent framework for LST in all EU member states and to encourage convergence in the approach taken by supervisory authorities Carne is authorised as an Alternative Investment Fund Manager (AIFM) in Ireland, Luxembourg and the UK . Our AIFM offering represents an operationally ready solution, complete with independent directors, outsourced risk management support and designated persons. For those seeking a non-EU AIFM, we established our management company in the.

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Ireland has become the first country in Europe to provide detail around the Alternative Fund Management Directive(AIFMD) regime following the publication by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) of its updated Alternative Investment Fund (AIF) Handbook. This has been welcomed by the Irish funds industry as delivering a 'robust and pragmatic' framework as part of [ On 23 August 2018, the CSSF issued Circular 18/698 addressed to Luxembourg based Investment Fund Managers (UCITS Managers and AIFMs including self-managed UCITS/AIF) setting out extensive prescriptive guidance on their expectations regarding organisation, operations and substance, as well as the management information systems and regulatory reporting to be in place to facilitate the CSSF's. investment funds (AIFs) are registered for distribution in more than three Member States. The intention of these targeted amendments to the UCITS and AIFMD legislative frameworks is the removal of remaining regulatory barriers to cross-border fund distribution. The proposal intends to align national marketing requirements and regulatory fees AIFMD forms part of the EU's regulatory arsenal aimed at tackling what it understands to be part of the 'shadow-banking' system. AIFMD is based on the premise that certain activities of the shadow-banking have the potential to amplify risks through the EU financial system

except in the case of closed-ended AIFs and funds regulated by Regulation (EU) 2015/760 of the European Parliament and of the Council (*4), a blanket offer is made to repurchase or redeem, free of any charges or deductions, all such AIF units or shares held by investors in that Member State, is publicly available for at least 30 working days. EY's Muntasir Khaleik, Wealth and Asset Management Director, writes about the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation for Finance Dublin. You may also be interested in reading our latest guidance on this topic: Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulations - March 2021 and beyond. The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) lays down harmonised disclosure rules for financial market. Define Irish SEM Regulations. means the regulations expected to be made in or around the date of this Agreement pursuant to Section 9BA of ERA 1999 AIFs. For certain of the AIFs managed by the AIFM, the Investment Manager may integrate sustainability risks into the investment decision making process for those AIFs. The pre-contractual documentation for those AIFs contains further details of the manner in which sustainability risks are integrated in their investment decisions

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AIFs managed by the same AIFM. (6) Delegated Regulation (EU) No 231/2013 should therefore be amended accordingly. (7) Competent authorities and AIFMs should be given sufficient time to adapt to the new requirements contained in this Regulation. Its application should therefore be deferred, ____ AIFs that have not appointed an external AIFM, performing functions in line with Annex I of the AIFM Law (investment management including portfolio management and risk management, administration, marketing and activities related to the assets of AIFs) and non-core services - in this case, the management company is authorised according to Article 125-2 of Chapter 16 of the 2010 Law and. AIFMD. business as usual, unless AIFM is UK-licensed. if marketing into the UK, it is likely that national private placement rules/local law would apply. to continue to be marketed in the EU where AIFM is licensed, the fund could: (a) continue to be marketed by the UK AIFM with no great change if the AIFMD passport is extended to the UK post.

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The Regulation itself has now been sent to the European Parliament and Council for approval and, as it is not expected to be opposed, should receive their approval in April 2013. Overview of Depositary Provisions The AIFMD does not purport to regulate AIFs directly. Accordingly it does not require AIF The Regulations, which were due to be implemented in Ireland by June 2019, took effect on 30 March 2020. What? The Regulations insert three new chapters into Part 17 of the Companies Act 2014 relating to rights of shareholders (Chapter 8A), transparency of in-scope entities (Chapter 8B) and remuneration policies, remuneration reports and transparency and approval of related party transactions. New Rules for Pre-Marketing Funds and Reverse Solicitation. By Kam Dhillon, Gowling WLG (UK) LLP. Published: 27 September 2019. The Cross-border Distribution Directive EU/2019/1160 (CBDD) and Cross-border Distribution Regulation EU/2019/1156 (CBDR) amend the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) and introduce new rules for the pre-marketing of alternative investment funds.

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The Central Bank has published guidance for Performance fees of UCITS and certain types of Retail Investor AIFs. This Guidance incorporates, to the extent currently possible and practicable, ESMA Guidelines on performance fees in UCITS and certain types of AIFs into the Central Bank's regulatory framework. Performance Fee Calculation Method: A Responsible Person or Retail Investor AIF, in in. Investment Funds ('AIFs') clients from insolvency r isks. In seeking to ensure strong client asset protection as provided for under Directive 2011/61/EU while accommodating more robust national law requirements i

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