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Annex IV Reporting

If you manage an EU alternative investment fund, you’re probably subject to the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) – legislation designed to protect investors and improve transparency.​

Under Annex IV of AIFMD, all authorised and registered fund managers must report transparency information on their funds to local regulators for each country they market in. But this isn’t a simple process – reporting requirements differ for each jurisdiction and the nature of the fund. And late or incorrect reporting has serious consequences for the fund manager.​

As a leading fund administrator by assets under administration, we have a critical understanding of the sector, in particular private equity, real estate and debt funds. And we're here to support you. ​​

We can accurately assess your fund’s needs, help determine the extent of your reporting obligations, and will prepare and submit compliant reports on your behalf. And our ongoing interaction with local regulators ensures a smooth and hassle-free reporting process.

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