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The 2017 edition of GFM's Guide to setting up an Alternative Investment Fund in Europe, focuses on AIFs, AIFMs, regulation and compliance, choosing a European domicile, selecting service providers, and fundraising and distribution.
Date added: 11-07-2017
Rarely a day goes by without a story about the growth of the online alternative finance market in the UK. In 2015, many peer-to-peer lenders reported continued growth and record-breaking financing rounds. At the same time, the equity-based crowdfunding market saw its first exits, while donation, reward and community based platforms funded more good causes than ever before. Looking beyond the headlines, what is the real state of the market in the UK?
Date added: 31-10-2016
How are AIFS set up in the USA? How do traders and prop desk alumni take the first the steps to setting up their own AIFs in the transparent and correct format required by investors and regulators? And, given regulatory differences on either side of the Atlantic, where should these funds be domiciled? To help answer these and other key questions GFM has prepared the 2016 Guide to Setting up an Alternative Investment Fund in the USA.
Date added: 27-09-2016
As the alternative fund management industry grapples with the post-Brexit world, AIF start-ups need to tread carefully. How do traders and prop desk alumni take the first the steps to setting up their own AIFs in the transparent and correct format required by investors and regulators? And, given Brexit and sharpening regulatory differences on either side of the Atlantic and across Europe, where should these funds be domiciled.
Date added: 27-09-2016