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With the implementation of Directive 2011/61/EU (“AIFMD”) and numerous subsequent regulations, guidelines and regulatory practices, alternative investment funds managers (“AIFMs”) are facing an ever increasing regulatory burden concerning the manner in which they conduct their risk management.
Risk management has become a fundamental component of the day-to-day management of alternative investment funds (“AIFs”). Consequently, regulators have substantially increased their oversight and scrutiny causing pressure on the market to comply with a towering amount of rules, guidelines and expectations.
In particular, this training will outline the implications of recent regulatory and financial developments, such as, among others, the PRIIPs Regulation, ESMA’s final report on the guidelines for liquidity stress testing, EMIR Refit and the Securitisation Regulation, all of which are adding an additional layer of complexity to the day-to-day risk management of AIFMs.
This training module will focus on providing a consolidated summary of applicable rules, guidelines and expectations, as well as provide insight into the risk management tools and practices that are available to AIFMs in this respect. A number of business cases will also be presented to provide key insight into current market practices covering a range of asset classes.
- Governance and organisation of the risk management function
- Roles and responsibilities of the risk management function
- Risk Management Process (RMP) and its related procedures
- Establishment of a risk profile for AIFs and the corresponding risk matrix
- Risk management reporting
- Integrating liquidity / market stress testing
- PRIIPs KID with a focus on risk management
- EMIR Refit and Securitisation regulation
Mohamed Ed-Diaz (Senior Advisor, Arendt Regulatory & Consulting),
David Raths (Advisor, Arendt Regulatory & Consulting).
Risk managers of AIFMs, compliance officers, investment managers or Chief- Financial Officers interested in recent regulatory developments relating to the risk management of AIFs.
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