Asset Management

Brexit considerations for UK licenced Investment Funds, Asset Managers and Investment Firms passporting into Malta

Authors: Neil Bezzina
Published on July 16, 2019
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Practices: Investment Funds, Investment Services Regulation, Asset Management
Important dates to keep in mind
  1. Maltese collective investment schemes are to amend offering documentation and relevant agreements with UK service providers, to reflect any changes resulting from Brexit, by not later than 31 July 2019;
  2. Malta Temporary Permission Regime (“TPR”) to remain in force till 31 March 2020;
  3. TPR will only apply to clients/contracts on-boarded/entered into prior to 31 September 2019;
  4. As of 1 April 2020, UK licenced investment funds, asset managers and investment firms will be subject to laws relating to third country investment funds, asset managers and investment firms; and
  5. TPR will not cover new investors/clients on-boarded after 31 September 2019.

Four months left to AIFMD: it is time to get off the fence

Authors: David Borg-Carbott
Published on April 17, 2013
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Practices: Asset Management, Investment Funds, Investment Services Regulation
With just four months until the European Union’s (EU) controversial Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) comes into effect, Dr David Borg-Carbott from GANADO Advocates explains that it is decision time for non-EU fund managers and sums up the options available.

This article was published in the Euromoney Global Investment Funds Review 2013.

Malta: Offering flexibility right down to the cellular level

Authors: David Borg-Carbott
Published on October 2, 2012
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Practices: Asset Management, Fund Custody, Investment Funds, Investment Services Regulation
Malta is often described by financial services operators who have chosen to set-up shop here as a flexible and business friendly jurisdiction. Over the years, Malta has sought to provide established operators and start-ups alike a legislative and regulatory environment that, whilst in conformity with European Union legislation, is in tune with such operators’ commercial needs.