AIFMD: hedge funds reported to be struggling with reporting

Reporting impacts NAVs, may cause capital-raising challenges

AIFMD - hedge funds reported to be struggling with reporting
Hedge funds are poorly equipped to meet AIFMD's reporting standards

Many hedge funds will struggle with submitting their first Annex IV reports to regulators which are due today (October 31) under the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) with custodians and administrators predicting managers opting for in-house reporting will likely need to re-examine that decision.

At a minimum, the reporting requires data to be collected both internally and externally from the fund administrator, transfer agent and other counterparties including prime brokers

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