Welcome to the December 2022 edition of our Asset Management & Investment Funds Update. In this month's edition we look at:
- Dates & Deadlines: Dec '22/Q1 '23
Stay ahead of upcoming deadlines and key dates with our legal & regulatory tracker. Click here to download.
- Central Bank SFDR Review Findings
Synopsis of good/bad SFDR disclosure practices as well as regulatory expectations and upcoming areas of supervisory focus. Click here to download.
- New PRIIPs Q&As Published
Analysis of the ESAs' latest Q&As and their impact for UCITS subject to PRIIPs from 1 January 2023. Click here to download.
- Leverage Limits and Liquidity Guidance for Irish
Analysis of the Central Bank's first set of macroprudential measures for funds. Click here to download.
- ESA SFDR Q&A Published
Analysis of this first edition Q&A and its impact for funds and fund managers. Click here to download.
- ESMA Proposes Minimum Investment Thresholds for Article
8 and 9 Funds
Analysis of draft guidance for fund names including ESG-related terms. Click here to download.
- Corporate Sustainability Reporting Rules Get Final
The latest CSRD developments and their impact for fund managers. Click here to download.
- BMR Extension for Non-EU Benchmark Use
Commission proposes additional 2-year extension of BMR transition period for third country benchmarks. Click here to download.
- Regulatory Guidance for Beneficial Ownership
New guidance issues ahead of 7 December filing deadline for ICAVs and other vehicles. Click here to download.
- Central Bank Fines UCITS Manager for Breaches of UCITS
Details of the latest Manco fine to be issued by the Central Bank. Click here to download.
- Dear CEO Letter Highlights Consumer Protection
Key points for fund managers from the Central Bank's recent letter to firms. Click here to download.
- New Prudential Rules for Fund Managers with MiFID
Analysis of regulatory proposals to align fund manager rules with IFR. Click here to download.
Download our full December update here.
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