alternative-investment-funds

The Alternative Investment Funds Law

 

An Alternative Investment Fund is a collective investment undertaking including its investment compartments which raises external capital from a number of investors with a view to investing it in accordance with a defined investment policy for the benefit of those investors but which has not been authorized as a UCITS. AIF’s, being “non-UCITS” funds, are established under domestic Cyprus fund legislation.

We can assist clients with an application for an AIF license (including the preparation of the Prospectus, and business plan) as well with the management of the fund (providing for Executive and Non-Executive Directors, Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Officer, Risk Manager, Internal Audit, etc.) through our extensive list of professional associates.

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