The AIFM Directive is bringing in an overhaul of the alternative investment fund sector which will see many actors in the investment fund industry needing to assess whether they fall within the scope of the AIFMD and if so, what must be done to comply with the obligations laid down by this Directive.
Where an actor is believed to be outside of the scope of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive, it may nevertheless be necessary to consider the reason for electing for the out of scope status. Could this be liable to change and to what extent?
Our specialists have been carefully monitoring the elaboration of the AIFM Directive in order to have a full and comprehensive understanding of not only the implications of the Directive on the investment fund sector, but also the future developments in relation to this, thus providing our clients with a forward looking approach. The AIFMD can seem like a complex minefield of obligations and requirement but with our client’s business interest in mind, we can guide you through these changes in a methodical and clear manner, ensuring that only the necessary changes are made and most importantly that our client understands the rationale behind these changes.
Our gap analysis service looks to highlight those areas in which our clients will need to implement changes. Our core areas of focus are the following: