Nigel Williams was a speaker at the Luxembourg Private Equity Breakfast organized in New York by Luxembourg Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (LPEA). Nigel was speaking about fund structuring options available in Luxembourg for US private equity managers and opportunities to raise money in Europe.
Przemysław Bielicki participated in a panel discussion at the Fund Marketing and Distribution 2018 Conference in organised in London on February 6th-7th by KNect365. Przemysław and the other panelists discussed distribution of alternative funds under AIFMD in the context of evolving regulatory environment and new initiatives by ESMA and EU Commission.
Nigel P. Williams presented his views on current governance challenges for private equity industry during the panel discussion at Private Equity & Real Estate Conference organized by the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry on November 21-22, 2017. He focused on the recent regulatory and tax initiatives and their impact on AIFMD implementation.
Aigel the PERE America 2017 conference, which took place on November 8-9th in New York, Nigel P. Williams participated in the panel discussion devoted to fundraising for real estate funds. Nigel pointed out to benign fundraising climate and presented structuring options available in Luxembourg for US fund sponsors.
Luxembourg, October 2017- announcement by Royalton Partners S. A. as third party fund manager and manager of Royalton Capital Investors II L.P. Royalton Partners, the AIFM of Royalton Capital Investors II L.P., a private equity fund, announced that on 27 July 2017 it has sold City Parking Group z o.o. ("CPG"), through City [...]
The UCITS & AIFM London 2017 Conference organized by , which took place in London on 26-27 September, 2017 gathered speakers and participants who discussed, among other topics, consequences of Brexit for the Europan fund industry. Przemysław Bielicki represented Royalton Partners in the panel devoted to implementation of AIFMD and discussed the [...]
On 20 September 2017, the European Commission issued proposal 2017/0230 (COD) to reform the EU’s financial industry supervisory structure by reinforcing the role played by the European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) and providing ESMA, the European Securities and Markets Authority with new supervisory power. ESAs shall, between others, be in charge of the monitoring of National [...]
On July 13th, 2017 ESMA, the European Securities and Markets Authority published an opinion in relation to supervisory convergence in the investment management sector in the context of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. The opinion sets out a number of criteria to be applied and safeguards to be put in place when (UCITS [...]