Alternative investment fund managers directive (aifmd)
Reporting impacts NAVs, may cause capital-raising challenges
Esma board conducting stress tests before making a decision
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Financing cost for hedge fund marketing in Europe could reach "unviable levels"
Last-minute AIFMD applications may be rushed through by regulator
Managers faced with a choice of how to operate funds going forward
AIFMD implementation in jurisdictions is a key factor
Supervisors need level 1 intervention to fix Emir and Ucits
Item scheduled for meeting on July 9, but may slip to September
Hedge funds to follow US model by taking on bank risks
Hedge fund managers need to get used to compliance burden
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Swaps reforms may not apply directly to firms with non-EU offices
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