FCA's Annex IV reporting system back up and running

The UK regulator says it will be more lenient to tardy alternative investors as it works to resolve Annex IV glitches

FCA promises leniency to funds over Annex IV glitches

The UK Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) online reporting system Gabriel, which crashed on the day of the deadline for alternative investors' Annex IV reports, is back online and ready to accept the receipts and filings that outline asset holdings, leverage ratios and key portfolio exposures, among other data.

At the time of writing, the FCA's website said Gabriel, which accepts reports required under the alternative investment fund managers directive (AIFMD), was still down. But an FCA

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