Aggregated News From Investment Management Regulators

Luxembourg

Circular CSSF 21/778

This news item was originally published by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF LU). For more information, please see the Circular here: Source Link.

Global situation of undertakings for collective investment at the end of June 2021

This news item was originally published by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF LU). For more information, please see the Press Release here: Source Link.

SEC Thailand and CSSF sign a Fintech information sharing agreement

The Securities and Exchange Commission, Thailand (SEC Thailand) and the Luxembourg Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on information sharing regarding Fintech and Innovation in their respective financial markets. The Memorandum of Understanding provides a framework for cooperation between the two authorities with respect to promoting innovation in financial services. The CSSF and the SEC Thailand intend to exchange information about emerging trends and developments in the financial or capital markets and regulatory issues pertaining to new technologies and innovation in the provision of financial services. On entering the agreement, Ms. Ruenvadee SUWANMONGKOL, Secretary-General...

Warning concerning the website www.lunav-invest.com

The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) warns the public of the website www.lunav-invest.com where an entity named “Lunav-Invest” offers investment services, including in particular a so-called term savings account called “Lunav Invest 2021”, and pretends to be established at 11, avenue de la Porte Neuve, L-2227 Luxembourg. The CSSF informs the public that the entity named “Lunav-Invest” is unknown to it, that it is not regulated by the CSSF and that it has not been granted any authorisation to provide investment services or other financial services in or from Luxembourg. This news item was originally published by the Commission...

“ESG is not another piece of regulation, it is about saving the planet.” Hear Claude Marx, Director General of the CSSF, speak about sustainable...

https://bit.ly/3rE1lyM This news item was originally published by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF LU). For more information, please see the Source Link.

A new approval framework for (mixed) financial holding companies of banking groups

Anne-George Kuzuhara, Deputy Head of the Banking Supervisory Policy and Single Supervisory Mechanism Coordination, and Nicolas Bernon, expert on banking regulation at the CSSF, explain what the new framework introduced by the CRD V means for (mixed) financial holding companies that are parents of EU banks and financial institutions. https://soundcloud.com/cssf/a-new-approval-framework-for-mixed-financial-holding-companies-of-banking-groups?utm_source=www.cssf.lu&utm_campaign=wtshare&utm_medium=widget&utm_content=https%253A%252F%252Fsoundcloud.com%252Fcssf%252Fa-new-approval-framework-for-mixed-financial-holding-companies-of-banking-groups This news item was originally published by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF LU). For more information, please see the Source Link.

Warning concerning the website www.ainainvestment.com

The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) warns the public of the website www.ainainvestment.com where an entity offers investment services and pretends to be established at 20 Boulevard Emmanuel Servais, L-2535 Luxembourg. The CSSF informs the public that the entity presenting itself on this website as Ainainvestment is not regulated by the CSSF and that it has not been granted and authorisation to provide investment services or other financial services in or from Luxembourg. The CSSF would like to specify that the société en commandite par actions (corporate partnership limited by shares) AINA INVESTMENT FUND, regulated by the CSSF as...

CSSF COVID-19 reportings relating to investment fund managers end on 30 July 2021

On 10 March 2020, the CSSF implemented a specific monitoring of the largest investment fund managers (“IFM”) by collecting data on significant developments/issues as well as large redemptions for the investment funds they manage. The scope of the ad hoc reporting installed in that context was extended on 2 June 2020 (Launch of the IFM notification on fund issues and large redemptions via eDesk). In April 2020, the CSSF launched, in addition, a weekly questionnaire to investment fund managers with the aim to cover financial data (total net assets, subscriptions and redemptions) and information on governance arrangements (Launch of a...

Warning concerning fraudulent activities misusing the name of the Luxembourg credit institution HSBC Private Bank (Luxembourg) S.A.

The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) warns the public against unknown persons misusing the name and address of the Luxembourg credit institution HSBC Private Bank (Luxembourg) S.A. These persons which fraudulently pose as advisors of “Banque HSBC” contact without solicitation possible investors offering them notably a so-called term passbook or savings account called “Livret Booste” and send emails in the address format [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected] The CSSF would like to specify that the duly authorised credit institution HSBC Private Bank (Luxembourg) S.A. is not related to the facts referred to in this warning. This news item was originally...

Karen O’Sullivan, Head of the CSSF’s Innovation, Payments, Market Infrastructures and Governance Department spoke at the Funds Europe webinar on tokenisation and asset management

https://www.funds-europe.com/news/cssf-exec-calls-for-harmony-on-crypto-rules This news item was originally published by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF LU). For more information, please see the Source Link.

Karen O’Sullivan, Head of the CSSF’s Innovation, Payments, Market Infrastructures and Governance Department, shared the regulator’s view on governance on the LFF’s webinar dedicated...

https://streaming.bce.lu/luxembourg-for-finance/focus-on-governance/26/#/event This news item was originally published by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF LU). For more information, please see the Source Link.

Warning regarding the activities of an entity named “Grandefex”

The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) warns the public of the activities of an entity named “Grandefex” (website: www.grandefex.com), which offers investment services and pretends to be established at 412, route d’Esch, L-1471 Luxembourg. The CSSF informs the public that an entity named “Grandefex” is unknown to it, that it is not regulated by the CSSF and that it has not been granted any authorisation to provide investment services or other financial services in or from Luxembourg. This news item was originally published by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF LU). For more information, please see the...

Regulator Information

Abbreviation: CSSF
Jurisdiction: Luxembourg

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