Legal Update 2013 part one: key points and top tips
Nabarro’s annual legal seminar highlighted new legal topics affecting the funds and real-estate sectors. This is part one of a two-part series dealing with the topics covered in the seminar.
This two-part autumn briefing sets out the key legal messages from this seminar and some practical action for your business to consider.
Contents: part one — regulation and tax
- Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) — key developments and practical tips
- Relaxed US marketing rules for private placements
- Tax — AIFMD and tax residency, FATCA and its effect on real-estate funds and an update on tax transparent funds for real estate
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