Reporting requirements under AIFMD

Inter-company training

Who is the training for?

  • Conducting officer
  • Risk manager
  • People responsible for the reporting
  • People in charge of operations
  • Accountants

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2,00 hours(s)

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360,00€ PROMO -10%


The last decade has shown a steadily more demanding regulatory environment for the Alternative Investment Funds' sector. This is also evident on the reporting side: As per the ESMA guidelines on reporting obligations under Articles 3(3)(d) and 24(1), (2) and (4) of the AIFMD, AIF managers have to report on their activities to the national competent authority of their domiciled country or distribution country.
Additionally, following the Brexit in the United Kingdom, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) requires AIFMs to submit a special “AIFMD transparency reporting” in accordance with UK technical requirements and using their own dedicated platform “RegData”.

PwC’s Academy has developed a training providing participants with the right level of knowledge to understand the above regulations and identify their reporting obligations.

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • determine the scope of the ESMA guideline and the frequency of their AIFMD reporting obligations;
  • understand the content of the Article 24.


  • Pragmatic analysis of the rules and their implications in the reporting practices. Determination of the scoping and frequency of the AIFMD Annex IV Reporting
  • Specific analysis of all fields included in the templates for reporting to the regulator in order to highlight the key points and the technical and operational challenges. Guidance through all requirements set up in Articles 24.1, 24.2, and/or 24.4 of the Directive.
  • Explanation of how to process "ESMA warnings", new checks implemented by ESMA

Certificate, diploma

An attendance certificate will be send to participants

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EN 360,00€

Additional information

This training is coordinated by Jonathan Picard, Partner at PwC Luxembourg. It will be presented by our subject matter expert, Matthieu Steib.

Jonathan joined PwC Luxembourg in the asset & wealth management practice.
He is now a partner assisting global asset managers, focusing on reporting for investment funds (mutual and alternative funds). Thanks to his secondments to PwC London, he acquired a strong expertise in the UK reporting for mutual funds.

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