AIFMD Remuneration

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AIFMD Remuneration

The main objectives of the Directive, as far as remuneration policies are concerned, are to ensure that three key issues are covered: governance, risk alignment and transparency

Executive summary

A number of guidelines and recommendations have been issued in recent years by various authorities on the improvement of remuneration policies in the financial sector. The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) establishes, inter-alia, a set of rules which have largely been inspired by the provisions of Directive 2006/48/EC (CRD). Alternative Investment Fund Managers (AIFMs) must comply with this Directive when defining remuneration policies.

The AIFMD framework introduces stringent requirements to ensure that the remuneration policies and practices of AIFMs are consistent and promote sound and effective risk management. The main objectives of the Directive, as far as remuneration policies are concerned, are to ensure that three key issues are covered: governance, risk alignment and transparency.
 

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Performance issue 11 – May 2013

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