Finexis can act as a Management Company and/or AIFM for all types of funds includingUCITs or Alternative Investment Funds (e.g. SIFs). As portfolio managers we have a proven track record with outstanding results, however active asset management of the specific funds and sub funds can be given to 3rd party managers via management or advisory agreements. In such cases Finexis can focus on other managerial tasks or exclusively on administration side.

Asset Management

FINEXIS SA disposes of people able to provide sound advice for the management of portfolios, but can also act as a management company delegating the actual asset management to any dedicated asset manager and instead perform the related controls and due diligence required.

Risk Management

FINEXIS SA disposes of people and software able to provide risk reports on each portfolio, but can also act as a management company delegating the risk management to any dedicated risk manager and instead perform the related controls and due diligence required.

Directorship

FINEXIS SA can provide independent board members for the funds and their linked companies like underlying SOPARFIs or SPVs, advisory or asset management companies. FINEXIS SA can also act directly as the management company of investment funds of any kind.

Promotorship

FINEXIS SA can act as a fund co-promoter for your fund projects in Europe. The company received the agreement for “conseil économique” in November 2010, and is able to act as a management company (according to chapter 15 of the Law dated December 2010 and AIFM). These licences have been granted after a thorough due diligence performed by theCSSF on our company. The content of the actual licences is publicly available on the CSSF website.

Since the implementation of the UCITS IV European directive in Luxembourg in July 2011, the company can perform the full scope of its service Europe-wide.

This enables the company to act as a management company for any type of European passport funds in Europe, on top of the typical Luxembourg based SIF, SICAR or “part II” funds dedicated to institutional investors.