After the first thunderstorms have passed just in time for the beginning of autumn, we can enjoy the Munich Wies’n on beautiful late summer days. For the real estate industry, ExpoReal 2018 is yet another seasonal highlight, ensuring an exciting October.
KPMG, together with the Institute for Corporate Governance in the German Real Estate Industry, has published a study on compliance structures and processes in the real estate industry, which we will be happy to discuss with you at ExpoReal – visit us at our booth C2.120.
Away from this haptic universe of experience, there is some news in the regulatory world of alternative investments that we report on in this issue.
Among other things, the CSSF has published a fact sheet on substance requirements for Luxembourg AIFMs. BaFin also published a leaflet on the electronic notification procedure provided for in Section 331 KAGB.
We wish you an insightful reading and remain
With best regards
Dr. Ulrich Keunecke
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