An AIFMD solution for private equity and property funds
The financial services team at LK Shields has been busy finding solutions for clients who have found themselves caught within the reach of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD).
There are many investment structures, particularly in the private equity, venture capital and property asset classes, which although originally established as unregulated structures are now caught within the scope of the AIFMD.
The AIFMD applies to the managers of alternative investment funds (AIFs) as opposed to the funds themselves. An AIF is any collective investment undertaking that raises capital from a number of investors with a view to investing it in accordance with a defined investment policy for the benefit of those investors…
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