Partner, Private Equity
KPMG in Luxembourg
Anticipating the significant growth and ever-increasing importance of alternative investments as an asset class — the most recent data shows that Luxembourg saw a 17% increase in private equity fund assets under management and a 25% increase in loan funds between 2018 and 2019 — Luxembourg took the opportunity to add a number of supervised only investment vehicles to its already widely successful range of regulated investment vehicles. The reserved alternative investment fund (RAIF) regime, in particular, has reinforced the country’s attractiveness as a domicile for the establishment of alternative investment funds (AIFs) in general.
This publication aims to support the investment management community in navigating through the various reporting requirements for the preparation of annual reports for RAIFs. Its purpose is to assist you in preparing these reports under Luxembourg generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), based on the Luxembourg legal and regulatory requirements in force as at 31 March 2020.
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Covers all the main considerations for reserved alternative investment funds.
Gives structure and layout to your reporting to minimize effort required.
This RAIF publication is suitable for:
- Private equity houses
- Real estate managers
Included in this RAIF publication:
- RAIFs: overview
- RAIFs: the essentials
- RAIFs: financial reporting requirements
- Illustrative annual report
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