Commission Adopts Delegated Regulation Regarding COI’s on EuVECA Funds
Published 4 February 2019
On 4 February 2019, the European Commission adopted a delegated regulation regarding conflicts of interest in relation to European Venture Capital Funds (EuVECA). The proposal specifies the type of conflict of interest referred to in the EuVECA regulation and the steps that EuVECA fund managers must take in order to identify, prevent, manage, monitor and disclose conflict of interests.
Next step: The proposal is now subject to a scrutiny period of three months in the European Parliament after which the proposal is expected to be published.
See the delegated regulation here.
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