Published by : Allen & Overy
This A&O briefing is the first in a series on the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive, and provides an overview of the background to, aims of, and key issues arising out of, the AIFMD, including: - The background to the AIFMD and the legislative process, including an indicative timeline of its phased implementation; - What the AIFMD is trying to achieve, as well as an overview of the entities it regulates; and - The key issues in the AIFMD, including its scope, operating conditions and authorisation
Published:05 August 2011
Business Area: Regulation
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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