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Cryptobeheerder: bezint eer ge begint! – Column Fondsnieuws

Cryptobeheerder: bezint eer ge begint! – Column Fondsnieuws

Cryptobeheerder: bezint eer ge begint! – Column Fondsnieuws

19.07.2018 NL law

In een brief waarschuwt de AFM fondsbeheerders die cryptofondsen willen beheren voor de strenge AIFMD-eisen waar zij aan moeten voldoen. De AFM gaat kritisch kijken naar de wijze waarop een crypto-beheerder voldoet aan deze eisen over onder andere liquiditeitsbeheer, waardering en productontwikkeling.

In een column voor Fondsnieuws gaat Suzanne Kröner-Rosmalen nader in op deze brief en blikt zij vooruit op een studie van het Europees Parlement over de impact van virtuele valuta’s. 

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