The wait is over: AIFMD Implementing Regulation (finally) published
The wait is over. The European Commission published the implementing regulation (Regulation) for the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) on 19 December 2012. Many of you have probably read it diligently over the festive break and are now perfectly placed to ensure your business is AIFMD-ready. No? Then this briefing will help summarise the key points.
Firms should consider this version of the Regulation as substantively the final form. Although it is subject to a three month consultation period with the other European legislative bodies, it is not expected to change materially.
Many firms have not undertaken significant planning in preparation for the AIFMD yet. Now the Regulation has been published, firms should be preparing as the timetable is incredibly short…
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