Alter Domus

Luxembourg AIFM Services

Alter Domus offers a one-stop-shop solution for international fund managers looking to access European capital.

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Third-Party AIFM Services


Our Luxembourg AIFM (Alter Domus Management Company S.A.) is a licensed Super ManCo that provides effective solutions for international fund managers seeking AIF and UCITS compliance.

It offers third parties the mandatory supervision required when launching, managing or administrating regulated investment vehicles. Our model can be defined as a turnkey solution for promoters looking for a compliant housing within the AIF or UCITS framework.

Our goal is to allow clients to focus on asset growth and investment management activities while our team of financial professionals administers their funds through back, middle and front office. We assist our clients during the set-up or transfer of their investment funds, designing structures and strategies adapted to different situations and investors.

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Alter Domus' AIFM Services Include: 

  • Portfolio Management
  • Risk Management
  • Regulatory Reporting
  • Marketing and Distribution Services

Board Composition

  • Antonis Anastasiou
  • Robert Brimeyer
  • Alain Delobbe
  • Thierry André

Conducting Officers

  • Alain Delobbe
  • Barbara Ferranti
  • David Garnier
  • Ramzi Oueslati
  • Sebastien Roth

Management company policies

Alter Domus Management Company S.A. is a management company authorised under Chapter 15 of the Law of 17 December 2010 relating to Undertakings for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities (UCITS) as well as an Alternative investment fund manager authorised under the Law of 12 July 2013 on alternative investment fund managers. As such, it will offer the overall mandatory management company services for both UCITS and AIF products.

Sustainability-related disclosures

No consideration of adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors

The consideration of the Principal Adverse Impact of the investment decision on the Sustainability Factors (as defined in Article 4 (1) of the Disclosure Regulation EU 2019/2088) is the responsibility of the financial participant in charge of the portfolio management. Therefore, there could be two scenarios for Alter Domus.

  • ADMC Portfolio Management delegation model: As per this delegation, the Portfolio Manager has the responsibility for collecting the related Principal Adverse Impact of the investment decision on the Sustainability Factors based on its level of consideration and to provide the related information to ADMC
  • ADMC Portfolio Management non-delegation model: For the purpose of Article 7 (2) of Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (EU) 2019/2088, adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors are not considered at the present time (given the company size). Nevertheless, the AIFM intends to monitor the industry position closely and update its approach in due course as the position evolves and further regulatory guidance is made available.

Art 10 website disclosure*

*With regards to the languages of the Summary Section, when the fund is domiciled in Home Member State with multiple official languages, the translation will be conducted upon request.

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