From its creation until its liquidation, every investment fund must comply with certain legal and regulatory requirements, most of which are met through domiciliary functions. The purpose of this course is to describe in detail the domiciliary functions of a fund.
Roles of the different players in the fund industry
Responsibilities of a domiciliary agent
Regulatory environment of investment funds
Different legal structures of investment funds and their operational impact
Procedures for creating and registering a fund
Compiling a fund prospectus
Boards of directors of a fund or a management company
Meetings of shareholders
Reporting obligations of a fund
Exceptional changes to funds and how they are executed ( e.g., mergers, splits, liquidations)
Trends impacting domiciliary functions
1 day for up to 12 participants
Financial service professionals with at least 1 year experience in the fund industry who want to understand domiciliary functions.