Press Release August 20, 2014

Goodwin’s Glynn Barwick Comments on European Fund Management Legislation

Glynn Barwick, counsel in Goodwin’s London office and a member of the firm’s Financial Institutions Group and Private Investment Funds Practice, recently commented on the widespread implications of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIMFD) for both European managers managing funds and non-European managers marketing funds to EU investors. His remarks have been published in The Wall Street Journal Europe, Private Funds Management, IP Real Estate, Investment & Pensions Europe and InvestHedge.

Barwick has extensively counselled clients on a range of regulatory matters under the Financial Services and Markets Act of 2000 and the Financial Services Authority’s Rules. He advises investment managers, investment banks, broker/dealers and insurance companies on a range of matters including custody, market abuse and money laundering issues.

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