- an update on the temporary permissions for fund marketing
- what to expect from the FCA post-Brexit
Slides Patrick Simion
M. SIMION Patrick
Patrick SIMION est responsable des affaires publiques pour BNP Paribas Asset Management. Il coordonne la représentation de BNPPAM sur les sujets réglementaires. Il travaille ainsi sur les principales modifications réglementaires actuelles (finance durable, distribution trans-frontalière, Brexit...) pour tenter de les prendre en compte dans la stratégie. Avant d’intégrer BNPP AM, M. Simion a travaillé à l’Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) sur la réglementation de la gestion d’actif et de la titrisation et avant cela au Ministère de l’économie sur les soutiens publics à l’exportation. Il est diplômé de l’Ecole Polytechnique et de la London School of Economics et il enseigne à Sciences Po Paris.
In just over one month, Brexit should become a reality. Uncertainty still prevails largely as regards practical consequences for the asset management industry for product distribution in the UK and the continent. At least, the UK temporary permission regime will provide a backstop to ensure inbound funds can continue their UK business with minimal disruption: it will allow inbound firms to continue operating in the UK within the scope of their current permissions for a limited period after exit day, while seeking full UK authorisation, and permit funds with a passport to continue temporarily marketing in the UK.
Jennifer Wood, Managing Director at AIMA (Alternative Investment Management Association), in charge of asset management regulation, will be giving an update on this mechanism and what to expect from the FCA post-Brexit.
More globally, the framework for cross-border distribution of funds in Europe is about to be stabilised, introducing new possibilities for entering or leaving a European national market. The Regulation on facilitating cross-border distribution of collective investment funds and the Directive amending the UCITS and AIFM directives have been adopted by the Council and the Parliament and are being finalised. An important step, as was acknowledged by EFAMA who welcomes this preliminary agreement in trilogue.
It is time to report on the changes introduced by these proposals aiming at setting out a harmonised framework to make the cross-border distribution of funds simpler and cheaper, and to discuss with asset managers about their expectations as regards these rapidly adopted proposals.
AMF will present the regulator’s view on the future framework for funds distribution across Europe. BNP Paribas AM and La Française Investment Solutions will share their experience and perspectives for cross-border distribution.
- Asset managers:
- CEO, CIO, COO
- Commercial/Distribution Department
- RCCI/Compliance, Legal, Risks Departments
- Banks, Securities services
- Financial services providers, Lawyers
- Learn about the temporary permission regime for the distribution of funds in the UK
- Get an update on the progress of European regulation on cross-border distribution and share views on the expectation of the asset management industry
Distribution in the UK:
The future of cross-border distribution in Europe
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