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.
The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) has today published its latest monthly Investment Fund Industry Fact Sheet, which provides net sales data of UCITS and AIFs for January 2021.
Bernard Delbecque, Senior Director for Economics and Research commented: “For the third consecutive month, net inflows into UCITS equity funds exceeded EUR 50 billion, a level that had never been reached before November 2020. This exceptional outcome can be traced to the arrival of the first COVID-19 vaccines, which restored investor optimism about future growth prospects.”
European Statistics Q4 2020 | 2020 Trends | Inflows into UCITS and AIFs bring European fund assets to an all-time high
The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) has today published its Investment Fund Industry Fact Sheet for Q4 of 2020, together with an overview of the full year.
The main developments through the quarter are as follows:
The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) has published today its response to the European Commissions public consultation on the review of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD).
This is our 13th edition of the Asset Management in Europe report, which provides an in-depth analysis of recent trends in the European asset management industry, focussing on where investment funds and discretionary mandates are managed in Europe.
The AIFMD is one of the pillars of EU regulation for investment funds, which will be crucial to the development of the Capital Markets Union (CMU) and the post Covid-19 economic recovery in the European Union. One subject that the AIFMD covers is the delegation process. We created the below infographic to shine a light on how delegation works under the current AIFMD, including how the delegation process is controlled, what activities can be delegated and what the benefits of delegation are for end investors and the asset management industry.
It gives me great pleasure to provide you with an overview of our activities since our Ordinary General Meeting of last year.