Regulation: Concerns remain as AIFMD goes live

EU member states are now required to put the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIMFD) into law. How they proceed could be a cause for concern. EU companies managing funds and non-EU managers marketing to EU investors must comply with the terms of the far-reaching directive, which is intended to protect investors. The directive has caused concern among those investing in alternative investment funds – as well as in fund-of-fund vehicles.

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