The AIFMD is designed to increase investor protection by introducing an EU-wide framework for the regulation of alternative investment funds.
Relatively little of the huge amount that has been said and written on the AIFM Directive has focused on its implications for fund boards.
Hail it for its virtue or wail about its nuances, regulatory reporting is a bitter pill that the financial industry is trying to cope with.
The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) aims to ensure that non UCITS funds such as hedge funds and private equity are appropriately supervised by an EU regulatory body.
For the alternate investment fund (AIF) industry, the spotlight is on Alternate fund manager’s directive (AIFMD).
Recent high profile cases in the press are highlighting the lack of oversight of funds within the investment community.
Carl R. Bacon, CIPM, a performance measurement specialist, discusses the evolution of performance attribution, the latest developments in performance measurement, and the issue of ex post risk.
Dario Cintioli, Product Director at StatPro talks to FTfm about governance and compliance in the recent economy, migration into the cloud and how this has changed over the years.