8 Timetable – Marketing 20112012201320142015201620172018 Directive in force (P) EU AIF marketed by EU AIFM obtain passport EU AIF managed by non-EU AIFM and Non-EU AIF obtain passport? No more private placements? IF ESMA make positive recommendation, and requisite implementing legislation is passed Changes to national private placement regimes?
Marketing by Asian managers in Europe 9 Non-EU AIFM marketing 2013-2015 –Member states may allow if: The AIFM complies with the AIFMD’s disclosure, reporting and transparency requirements and with requirements on control of non-listed companies Its home state meets the cooperation requirements –Member States may impose stricter rules...
18794858_1.PPTX Marketing summary Non-EU Funds or EU Funds with Asian AIFMs Extension of passports to non-EU AIFMs and non-EU AIFs. EU Funds with EU AIFMs Dual marketing system – EU passport or private placement Implementation date. Passports made available to EU AIFMs for EU Funds. 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 ESMA to review the passport regime. Possible end of national private placement regime. Passport only ? Dual marketing system – EU passport or private placement Private placement only
Transparency New disclosure requirements: Impact on fund documents and IR? Who will deliver compliance? 11
Delegation What is your current delegation structure? Is it compliant? –e.g. “third country” issues –Delegation by EU AIFM to non-EU sub-manager –Delegation by non-EU AIFM to EU sub-manager Letter box entities 13
Delegation Fund Primary Manager Sub- manager or AIFM ? ?
General Operating Principles (1) What are “operating conditions”? Derived from operating conditions for MiFID and UCITS managers – so reflect compliance policies, such as best execution and personal account dealing Some obligations relate to the AIF itself, and not the AIFM 17
General Operating Principles (2) Quality and commitment of governing body/personnel No “undue costs” charged to investors Fair treatment of investors Due diligence requirements Appointment of prime brokers and counterparties 18
Organisational Matters – Conflicts of Interest AIFM/MiFID investment managers/UCITS management companies convergence – business as usual? Key features of conflicts policy Disclosure and internal reporting Impact on personnel structures AIF voting rights 19
Organisational Matters – Risk Management Tracks equivalent requirements for MiFID investment managers and UCITS management companies What does “functional and hierarchical separation” mean? 20
Organisational Matters – Liquidity Management A new requirement under AIFMD Match portfolio liquidity to redemption profile and counterparty commitments Guidance on liquidity measurement arrangements, liquidity limits and use of redemption gates and other liquidity management tools Guidance for funds of funds 21
Organisational Matters – Internal Procedures and Valuation Internal business arrangements Data processing and record keeping Permanent compliance/Internal audit functions Personal transactions Valuation/Calculation of NAV Use of models/Frequency of valuation/Professional guarantees for external valuers 22
Immediate concerns for EU AIFMs – 2015 concern for Asian AIFMs Depositary provisions Transparency and disclosure requirements Other 24
Depositary Who? New prime broker model? Impact on pricing? Re-domicile onshore funds offshore? 25
Other Issues Remuneration Private Equity Restrictions Leveraged Funds... and more! 26
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