Applicable from 20 December 2016
Remuneration policies for alternative investment fund managers
The AMF is applying ESMA guidelines on remuneration policies for alternative investment fund managers (ESMA/2013/232). The AMF is incorporating these guidelines into a position that makes certain clarifications to prevent poorly designed remuneration structures from adversely affecting risk management and control. Some of the provisions apply in a manner appropriate to the fund manager’s size and organisation, as well as to the nature, scope and complexity of the fund manager’s business.
From 14 August 2013 to 19 December 2016 | Position DOC-2013-11
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