Kneip and Cetrel securities to work closer on regulation reporting

Yves-Marie Wallyn, authorised director at Cetrel Securities and Mario Mantrisi, strategy director at Kneip. Photo: Kneip

Yves-Marie Wallyn, authorised director at Cetrel Securities and Mario Mantrisi, strategy director at Kneip. Photo: Kneip

Kneip and Cetrel securities are extending their collaboration to enhance AIFMD filing in Luxembourg. Cetrel securities’ will file AIFMD reports and Kneip will disseminate them to the Luxembourg regulators.

The Luxembourg company Kneip, a leader in fund data management and reporting solutions for the asset management industry, announced that Cetrel securities, a leader in financial data and regulatory reporting services, has become its sole filing partner. The companies expanded their collaboration to enhance Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) filing in Luxembourg.

Cetrel Securities offers a secure online reporting transfer service, addressing the legal reporting and fund reporting data transmission challenges toward regulators. The Cetrel securities platforms enable secured and seamless data transfer towards three Luxembourg regulatory bodies: CSSF, banque centrale du Luxembourg (BCL) and commissariat aux assurances (CAA).

Yves-Marie Wallyn, authorised director at Cetrel Securities, said: “This new technical collaboration will enhance the existing partnership between Cetrel securities and Kneip, which has been built on the mutual appreciation of each other’s strengths for the benefit of clients for more than 10 years.” 

As a European leader in investor disclosure reporting, Kneip has been providing AIFMD reporting since 2014.  Mario Mantrisi Mario Mantrisi, Strategy Director at Kneip, said: “We are delighted to extend our collaboration with Cetrel Securities to our AIFMD service. As Cetrel Securities’ dissemination platform supports our AIF Annex IV reporting solution, it will provide added security for our clients and further strengthen their ability to ensure full compliance with the CSSF regulation.”