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EFAMA & Arendt

ELTIF 2.0: What you need to know and what to expect going forward


A public EFAMA webinar 




After much anticipation, the revised ELTIF Regulation entered into application earlier this year, bringing much needed flexibility to make the ELTIF a more attractive product to both retail and professional investors and a more effective mechanism for channelling capital into the real economy. Together with Arendt, we are hosting a public webinar on 18 June from 15:30-16:30 CET as a follow-on from our recently published ELTIF FAQ, to explain some of the new features of the regime and to give an update on where we are with the pending Level 2 rules. We will cover the following:

  • What is the purpose of the ELTIF, and what is the impact of its revamp?
  • Where are we with the new rulebook, and the pending Level 2 rules specifically?
  • How has the ELTIF been made more effective at channelling capital to the real economy?
  • Who are its target investors and how has it been made more attractive to them?


Speakers include:


Stefan Staedter – Partner at Arendt & Medernach and Head of New York office

Stefan specialises in regulated and unregulated investment fund work, advising clients on the structuring and life cycle management of alternative investment funds – including real estate/infrastructure funds, private equity funds and debt funds, RAIFs/SIFs/SICARs and Luxembourg Part II funds, as well as their respective management entities. Stefan is one of the firm’s experts on European long-term investment funds (ELTIFs) and he advises the majority of ELTIFs established in Luxembourg.


Gwen Lehane – Regulatory Policy Advisor at EFAMA

Gwen coordinates the work of EFAMA’s Fund Regulation, Asset Protection and Service Providers Committee on files such as ELTIF, UCITS, AIFMD as well as EU asset protection rules and rules applicable to service providers of investment fund products. Gwen is qualified to practice law in Ireland, spending a number of years working in the field of financial services law for international clients prior to joining EFAMA.

The webinar will be open to the public and the media.

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