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By Ciara Smith, Patrick O'Brien, Anja Grenner, Maelle Lenaers, Michael Secondo
Introduced in 2011, the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) was developed with a primary objective of improving protection for alternative investors.
By Michiel van der Maat, Marcelo Delfos
The Brexit dust has far from settled yet, but many British companies are bending over backwards to secure the export of chemicals to Europe.
By Intertrust Group
With an increased emphasis on company governance, it has become vital to have a robust corporate governance infrastructure in place.
By Intertrust Group
We've had great success over the years in helping managers launch their first fund.
By Donald Tsang, Jessica Tsang, Rupert Gerald, Quinten Kah, Eric Tang
In the early stages of a new venture often times the employee support services can be overlooked and viewed as not necessarily a high priority.
By Anja Grenner
Revision of the AIFM Directive and Solvency II as well as Environmental Social and Governance concerns and cross-border fund sales do not allow the private equity and venture capital funds any regulatory break.
By Anja Grenner, Pamela Valasuo, David O'Flaherty, Nick McHardy, Cleopatra Alemadi
Last week, the European fund structuring outlook breakfast took place in London, organised by Unquote covering topics such as whether the RAIF has met investor expectations and fund domiciling in an uncertain environment.
By Amit Taylor, Chris Bowden, Ciara Smith
The new economic substance laws that came into force in Guernsey and Jersey on 1 January 2019 further demonstrate the islands' compliance in relation to international regulatory issues, ...
By Brecht Guldemont, Christophe Tans
To make Belgium a more competitive and attractive place to establish business, the Parliament adopted the new Companies Code on 28 February 2019.
By Jan Willem Van Drimmelen, Hui Gao
Due to major economic headwinds, Chinese companies are experiencing more pressure today than they have felt since the country's Government first chose to open its doors to the West.
By Olivier Junod, Alex Brainis, James Ferguson, Michael Secondo
From the world's largest zinc-lead deposit in Yukon, to the bustling fishing barges in Nova Scotia, industries ranging from aerospace to video games, home to over of 35 million people and some of the largest multinational corporations in the world, ...
By Anja Grenner, Simon Donne
The number of AIFMD third-party management company (ManCo) platforms in Luxembourg has grown rapidly since the directive took effect in 2013.
By Jan Willem Van Drimmelen, Michiel van der Maat
With two weeks to go until the UK is set to leave the European Union, businesses face a tidal wave of uncertainty.
By James Rock-Perring, Andrea Williams, Cliff Pearce
Of those who currently use fund finance, almost three quarters (71%) believe fund finance is ‘vital' to remain competitive, according to a new study commissioned by Intertrust, a global leader in providing expert administrative services ...
By Kees Jager, Michael Johnson
On 11 March 2019, Guernsey and Jersey's financial services regulators signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the UK's Financial Conduct Authority to ensure certainty around accessing UK investor capital ...
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