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Deloitte AIFMD services
Deloitte offers a broad range of services to suit your needs in order to comply with and draw the opportunities from the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive.
- Gap analysis
- Tax gap analysis
- Depositary bank review
- Authorisation and regulation
- Internal audit for self-managed AIFs
AIFMD services provided by Deloitte combines expertise in assurance and risk, regulatory, taxation, operational and strategic consulting to deliver integrated AIFMD solutions for your business.
We have carefully elaborated the following services taking a transversal approach to provide you with a comprehensive service offering to meet your needs and demands.
It goes without saying that as the AIFMD goes through the phases of pre-implementation, implementation and post implementation our service offerings shall evolve and adapt accordingly.
The AIFM Directive is bringing in an overhaul of the alternative investment fund sector which will see many actors in the investment fund industry needing to assess whether they fall within the scope of the AIFMD and if so, what must be done to comply with the obligations laid down by this Directive.
Discover more on our gap analysis services page.
Depositary bank review
The issue of depositary bank liability under the AIFMD has been an area of much discussion. The AIFM Directive imposes a significant increase in workload for depositary banks, forcing them to implement an expert structure around these requirements.
Discover more on our depositary bank review services page
Internal audit for self-managed AIFs
The AIFMD has introduced a specific obligation for self-managed Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs) to adopt a permanent internal audit function, as specified in the application form for self-managed AIFs.
Discover more on our internal audit services for self-managed AIFs page
The AIFM Directive is a managers’ directive as opposed to regulating AIFs themselves. The AIFMD seeks to harmonize the regulation of AIFMs. The passport is a means for AIFMs to demonstrate that they have attained the necessary requirements to be allowed to act as an Alternative Investment Fund Manager in the EU to market AIFs from any other EU Member States.
AIFMD reporting entered the regulatory landscape as a means to standardize the information disclosed to regulators and provide transparency to the alternative investment industry. Hence, the reports aim to capture the complexity of various portfolios driven by different investment strategies.
Attempting to provide a full picture of the risks taken by the investment vehicles, the reports require the compilation of risk figures, operational data, and legal obligations information.
Discover more on our AIFMD reporting services page.