Mar 19, 2018

The funds industry has had to comply with a raft of new regulation in recent years and more is on the way. Key players in the regulatory space tell Funds Europe about the challenges they expect in the year ahead.

Mar 08, 2018

Leading independent fund and corporate services provider, the Aztec Group, is celebrating 10 years in Luxembourg. Funds Europe spoke to Alan Ross, managing director of its Luxembourg office, about the evolution of the industry over the last decade.

Mar 08, 2018

Speach_bubblesProviders of third-party management company services are small, but the business has taken off in the past year. Though the list is by no means exhaustive, we present profiles of some of the emerging players in Luxembourg.

Mar 08, 2018

Key figures in the Luxembourg fund industry speak to Funds Europe about topics such as cross-border distribution, the delegation of fund management and the potential impact of Brexit.

Feb 22, 2018

The Luxembourg funds industry association, Alfi, holds its European Asset Management Conference next month. Funds Europe talked to participants and others in Luxembourg about relevant topics.

Feb 09, 2018

Brexit_signsThe European Commission has warned of the impact of Brexit on EU-UK cross-border funds as well as Ucits funds domiciled in the UK, which will lose their Ucits status once the UK leaves the EU next year and becomes a “third country”.

Jan 04, 2018

Jersey-based infrastructure funds are set to receive more money from EU investors, our fund structuring survey suggests.

Sep 21, 2017

Laurent_VanderwevenAlter Domus, a Luxembourg-based fund administration provider, is expanding in the outsourced ‘management company’ business with the acquisition of Luxembourg Fund Partners.

Aug 24, 2017

market_index_410Heritage Group, a fund and insurance administration firm, is entering the expanding market in management company, or ‘ManCo’, services.

Jul 19, 2017

Jerome-WignyThere are clear trends to do with the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) and the setting up of EU funds that benefit from its passport and, in parallel, the establishment of EU-regulated alternative investment fund managers is growing fast, particularly outside the UK, post-Brexit.