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Cross-Border Agreements

After the entry into force of the AIFM Directive, co-operation agreements are necessary to continue the cross-border management and cross-border marketing of funds between the EU and third countries.

The co-operation agreement comprises the exchange of information, cross-border on-site visits and mutual assistance in the enforcement of the respective supervisory laws.

These co-operation agreements are one of the necessary conditions for Asset managers in the EU to be allowed to manage or market their AIFs in a third country and for the access to the European funds market to be provided to asset managers in third countries.

Such a co-operation agreement has been concluded so far between the EU and these third countries: