New Rules on EuVECA Conflicts of Interest
Published 22 May 2019
On 22 May 2019 the European Commission adopted delegated regulation specifying different types of conflicts of interest of managers of European Venture Capital Funds (EuVECA) and the steps to be taken in terms of structures, organisational and administrative procedures in order to identify, prevent, manage, monitor and disclose such conflicts.
Next Steps: The new rules will apply from 11 December 2019.
See the delegated regulation here.
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