L’Esma vient de publier la version finale des guidelines pour préparer AIFM.

A retenir :
* la confirmation de publier la VAR des FIA (via l’ajout d’un nouveau reporting)
* le nombre de transactions liées au trading à haute fréquence
* le début de la communication à partir de janvier 2014
* …
Dès traductions dans les langues nationales, les régulateurs nationaux auront 2 mois pour en confirmer la conformité.

A noter que mercredi (02/10/2013) matin le groupe de travail AFG sur AIFM fait une réunion et que dans l’après midi, c’est le club Ampere.
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ESMA clarifies reporting requirements for alternative fund managers
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published final guidelines on the reporting obligations for alternative investment fund managers (AIFMs). ESMA’s Guidelines, which relate to the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD), will require AIFMs – which includes hedge funds, private equity and real estate funds – to regularly report certain information to national supervisors.
The Guidelines clarify provisions of the AIFMD on required information, which will help to have a more comprehensive and consistent oversight of AIFMs’ activities. ESMA has also published an Opinion that proposes introducing additional periodic reporting including such information as Value-at-Risk of AIFs or the number of transactions carried out using high frequency algorithmic trading techniques.
Steven Maijoor, ESMA Chair, said:
“One of the key objectives of the AIFMD is bringing the alternative fund world under supervision thus providing more transparency to investors and regulators. As the AIFMD came into force in July, both AIFMs and national supervisors now need to prepare for their regulatory filings as it is these reports which will enable supervisors to monitor the systemic risks of AIFs. In order to achieve this objective, national supervisors should receive all the necessary information in order to ensure an appropriate overview of the sector…

 


Esma increases AIFMD reporting requirements
The European Securities and Markets Authority has published final guidance on the level of information alternative investment fund managers will have to report to national supervisors…

 


ESMA publishes final reporting guidelines for AIFM Directive
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published final reporting guidelines for the Alternative Investment Fund Managers’ Directive (AIFMD), along with a new proposal for another level of mandatory reporting…

 

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