EFAMA has been looking at legislative proposals with a direct impact on asset management companies and services, and closely follows any regulatory developments of critical importance to the sector. In addition to issues related to risk management and financial stability, high up on the agenda of EFAMA members is the framework for a prudential regime for Investment Firms (IFD/R), and related implementing measures directly descending from such framework.
EFAMA is focused on minimising the impact of the rules on asset management companies, in particular those holding a limited MiFID license. Key to the sector is the need for proportionality, especially firms that are not authorised to hold client money/securities, or to deal on their own account.
EFAMA response to ESMA's CP on integrating sustainability risks & factors in the UCITS Direcive & AIFMD
EFAMA's reply to EIOPA's CP on Technical advice on integration of Sustainability risks & factors in Delegated Acts under Solvency II & IDD
We welcome the targeted approach of the Commission in its review, recognising the overall success of the frameworks over the past decade.
Annual European Asset Management Report - Report highlights key developments in the European fund industry
The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) has released the 13th edition of its Asset Management in Europe report, which provides in-depth analysis of recent trends in the European asset management industry, focussing on where investment funds and discretionary mandates are managed in Europe.
This year’s Investment Management Forum featured an incredible number of high-level speakers and thought-provoking discussions.
The EFAMA Asset Management in Europe report aims at providing facts and figures to gain a better understanding of the role of the European asset management industry. It takes a different approach from that of the other EFAMA research reports, on two grounds. Firstly, this report does not focus exclusively on investment funds, but it also analyses the assets that are managed by asset managers under the form of discretionary mandates. Secondly, the report focuses on the countries where the investment fund assets are managed rather than on the countries in which the funds are domiciled.