Streamline your cross-border fund distribution
The evolving complexities of distributing funds across the globe requires fund managers to pay close attention to how their funds are structured and ensure they comply with relevant local registration requirements.
Keeping on top of new and evolving regulations, for every jurisdiction you market and distribute your funds in, is challenging and can result in significant compliance cost and loss of business potential.
At FE fundinfo, we’re here to help streamline your cross border fund distribution strategy and execution. Our team of fund registration experts can help you register and maintain your funds for compliant distribution and marketing on a global scale.
Global Funds Registration and MaintenanceMore
Global Funds Registration and Maintenance
Our service helps remove the administrative burden of distributing your funds in other jurisdictions.Find out more
European Facilities ServiceMore
European Facilities Service
Our European Facilities Service removes the “agent” confusion and effort involved in complying with EU legislation, all through a single solution.
Our Eco-Label service helps you obtain and maintain your chosen Eco-Labels and ensures your fund’s ESG credentials are recognised by investors.
Regulatory Data TemplatesMore
Regulatory Data Templates
Our solutions for Fund Managers collect and validate your data, populate the required templates and send the data wherever it is needed.Find out more
Regulatory Document ProductionMore
Regulatory Document Production
Our tools enhance your operational efficiencies while meeting regulatory obligations.Find out more
Connect your funds with all relevant distributors, investors and platforms around the world.
"Our cross-border services makes fund passporting hassle-free for fund managers looking to sell their funds in international jurisdictions. We provide advice and guidance on the regulatory requirements of a fund’s target jurisdiction and then work with the fund and the necessary regulators to ensure the registration is arranged and then maintained, with as little impact on resources for the fund group as possible.”
Martin Neason, FE fundinfo’s Market Specialist Executive (Global Funds Registration)
Since the EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) came into force in March 2021, we have had some significant updates, including confirmation from the European Commission that Article 9 funds should only invest in sustainable assets and an amended Taxonomy that now includes natural gas and nuclear power, with the consequent changes to disclosure templates less than two months after coming in.
Any replacement to the Packaged Retail and Insurance-Based Investment Products (PRIIPs) regulations can only be effective when retail investors actually read them, FE fundinfo – the global leader in investment fund data and technology – has stated in its response to HM Treasury’s consultation.