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Fund-interface reports on managers migrating in reaction to AIFM Directive and on whether the Directive is achieving its objectives

Thursday, December 10, 2009
Opalesque Industry Updates - fund-interface, an independent Swiss-based consultancy, has released two reports on the draft EU legislation on Alternative Investment Fund Managers (“AIFM”).

In the first report, “AIFM Proposals: Manager Migration Watch” (Source), fund-interface considers what AIFM developments might result in EU-based hedge fund managers migrating their management companies to Switzerland.

In the second report, “AIFM Proposals: Objective is in Sight” (Source), fund-interface assesses whether the AIFM is achieving its objectives.

fund-interface is an independent consultancy with offices in both London and Zurich, which advises hedge fund of managers and family offices on financing and on the establishment of investment vehicles, including UCITS III. Both reports are available from the company’s website,


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