Transatlantic Regulatory Compliance for Investment Funds

Venue: The Princeton Club

Location: New York, New York, United States

Event Date/Time: Sep 14, 2012 End Date/Time: Sep 14, 2012
Registration Date: Sep 14, 2012
Early Registration Date: Jun 30, 2012
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Top Reason to Attend:
-Looking to expand overseas? Learn more about the European provisions that apply to
investment funds with an offshore presence.
-Is your fund domiciled in the U.S. and overseas? Hear how specific provisions affect you and your associated personnel in both places
-Understand how U.S. regulations interact with European regulations – see where they
crossover, how they conflict, and who is liable
-Keep track of varying timetables for different directives, whether they’re domestic
regulatory schedules or foreign
-Gain critical insight into hotbed regions’ added regulations, such as Dublin and
Luxembourg, as well as the implications of upcoming developments for Cayman Island
-Get updated on UCITS directives, how others have effectively leveraged UCITS
vehicles, and best practices in setting up then marketing these structures overseas
-Conquer your fear of FATCA tax requirements by tackling the disclosure specifications for
U.S. fund managers, non-U.S. fund managers, or both
-See how you can expand your hedge fund marketing practices in major ways thanks to
the advent of the JOBS Act and its repeal of long-standing bans on solicitation
-Compare the different SEC registration exemptions under the Dodd-Frank Act for foreign
sub-advisors as well as domestic and foreign structures
-Lessen the burden of filing Form PF and CPO-PQR by receiving expert guidance on their various parts, the process of filing, and how to incorporate new documentation practices
-Receive help navigating the major operational changes posed by the Volcker Rule for seeded funds and funds spinning off of their bank platforms
-Take advantage of European legal professionals’ expertise in AIFMD as they explain registration, Level II legislation, benefits and timetables, and the impact on utilizing UCITS in the future


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