Debt funds: accounting considerations

Intra-company training

Who is the training for?

  • AIFM managers
  • Service providers

Level reached



1,50 hours(s)

Language(s) of service



The private debt asset class has proven to be resilient in the light of the changing economical landscape and geopolitical shifts. This asset class is growing quickly in Europe as companies are looking for financing solutions and investors look at private debt has a good diversification to traditional markets.

In close collaboration with PwC's subject matter experts, PwC's Academy has designed a debt funds training curriculum that accurately answers many questions around the structure and the administration of private debt funds. It will help you better understand this specific private debt industry, raising more and more capital and interests from investors.

This particular module covers more particularly the accounting aspects.

By the end of this course, participants will be able to understand accounting options available in Luxembourg as well as their implication in terms of processes, governance and disclosure.


  • Accounting method available in Luxembourg for both regulated and unregulated entities
  • Best market practices and the different practical options available in Luxembourg

Certificate, diploma

An attendance certificate will be sent to participants.

Additional information

This training is sponsored by Nicolas Payet, Partner and coordinated by Pierre-Yves Thomas, Director at PwC Luxembourg

With an almost 2 decades long career as an auditor within PwC in both our Luxembourg and New-York offices, Nicolas is an expert of alternative investments funds. He is an active member of our integrated alternative investments department and our private debt funds leader.

Pierre-Yves is a director leading audit assignments on international clients operating in mutual funds, private equity and private debt sectors.
He is experienced within sustainable finance in private markets with a particular focus on private equity and private debt industries.

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