Simplify AIFMD Annex IV reporting with Capmatix AM

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Capmatix AM is used by 3 of the largest 10 Alternative Investment Fund Managers (AIF-Managers) in Europe. By providing out of the box solutions from data loading, quality checks and distribution to the national competent authorities (NCA), LPA offers the go-to solution to lift your reporting to the next level. You can leverage on 10 years of reporting experience with a dashboard solution that serves both the largest Fund Adminstrators to AIF-Managers reporting 1 AIF. We at LPA commit to make you 100% compliant!

With CAPMATIX AM to effortless AIFMD compliance

Out of the box

Use standardized templates to report within minutes with QA checks along the process.


Leverage LPA's expertise from 10,000s of reports per period.

Automated Filing

Engage our flexible distribution service and file your reports in all countries fully automated to CSSF, FCA, AMF, CONSOB & BaFin.

Up to Date

Rely on LPA's Regulatory Watch team to stay ahead of the curve.

Why Capmatix for AIFMD (Annex IV)?

The Alternative Investment Fund Management Directive (AIFMD) Annex IV imposes requirements on alternative investment funds (AIFs) regarding their management, marketing and administration. Capmatix AM is our solution to this complex reporting obligation. We cover all services along the report generation process for both EU and non-EU & UK AIFs and management companies.

Produce AIF Reports

Capmatix AM empowers you to achieve timeliness in generating AIF reports for every filing-required country. It ensures you confidently meet reporting obligations without compromise, establishing a foundation for compliance.

Trust the Expertise of a Leader

Leverage our extensive experience as a leader in AIFMD reporting. For years, weve been pioneers, delivering best-in-class solutions that automate the end-to-end workflow for AIF reports across all EU member states and markets the AIFMD regime.

Drive Cost Efficiencies and Reduce Complexities

Capmatix AM emerges as your comprehensive solution for AIFMD reporting. Experience streamlined processes by automating import, calculation, data monitoring, and report validation checks. Achieve unparalleled efficiency and cost savings with our end-to-end solution.

Stay Ahead with Timely Updates

Rely on our expertise to keep you at the forefront of regulatory changes. Capmatix AM provides timely update reports, ensuring continuous compliance. Our commitment is to deliver solutions that evolve with the ever-changing regulatory landscape.

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Document and workflow automation

Go-live with a SaaS solution and start producing market standard reports and documents.

Source Data

Import both Fund (AIF) and Manager (AIFM) data

CSV Data

Your Data can be imported in .csv file format.

AIFMD Module

Document Generation - AIF und AIFM Reports both for the UK & EU

Document Management - AIFMD Dataservice Files

Classifications and Calculations - Aggregation and Calculation based on different data.

+ Client Documentation + Report Dashboard + Data Check + Monitoring

CSSF, FCA, AMF, CONSOB & BaFin in all countries mostly automated.

Start now With the implementation phase of the new AIFMD Level 2 regulation until April 16th 2026, new challenges are on the horizon. Rely on the market leader in AIFMD reporting and get started today!
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Learn more about the upcoming changes in Q1 2026:

Harmonised rules for managing liquidity
Increased supervisory convergence on asset manager delegation arrangements
Prudential reporting requirements for AIFs reviewed and introduced for UCITS
Central securities depositories (CSDs) are considered depositary delegates when not acting as issuer CSDs.
Lending is recognised as a legitimate activity for AIFM and common rules are introduced to help manage risk and improve financial stability.
In accordance with the relevant regulations, the home Member State of an EU AIF may permit its competent authorities to designate credit institutions established in other Member States as depositaries.

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In which countries do you need to report AIFMD?

Geographical Area: Europe (EEA)
Region Code : EUROPEEEA
Belgium (BE)
Luxembourg (BE)
Germany (GER)
Estonia (EE)
Greece (GR)
Spain (ES)
France (FR)
Ireland (IE)
Italy (IT)
Cyprus (CY)
Malta (MT)
Netherlands (NL)
Austria (AT)
Portugal (PT)
Slovenia (SI)
Slovakia (SK)
Finland (FI)
European Central Bank (4F)
European Stability Mechanism (4S)
Denmark (DK)
Sweden (SE)
Bulgaria (BG)
Czech Republic (CZ)
Croatia (HR)
Hungary (HU)
Lithuania (LT)
Latvia (LV)
Poland (PL)
Romania (RO)
European Union Institutions (4A)
Iceland (IS)
Liechtenstein (LI)
Norway (NO)
Geographical Area: Europe (Other than EEA)
Andorra (AD)
Albania (AL)
Bosnia and Herzegovina (BA)
Belarus (BY)
Faroe Islands (FO)
Guernsey (GG)
Gibraltar (GI)
Isle of Man (IM)
Jersey (JE)
Moldova (MD)
Montenegro (ME)
Macedonia (MK)
Serbia (RS)
Russian Federation (RU)
San Marino (SM)
Turkey (TR)
Ukraine (UA)
United Kingdom (GB)
Vatican City State (VA)
Switzerland (CH)
Geographical Area: Africa
Region Code : AFRICA
Algeria (DZ)
Egypt (EG)
Libya (LY)
Morocco (MA)
Tunisia (TN)
Angola (AO)
Burkina Faso (BF)
Burundi (BI)
Benin (BJ)
Botswana (BW)
Democratic Republic of the Congo (CD)
Central African Republic (CF)
Congo (CG)
Côte d’Ivoire (CI)
Cameroon (CM)
Cape Verde (CV)
Djibouti (DJ)
Eritrea (ER)
Ethiopia (ET)
Gabon (GA)
Ghana (GH)
Gambia (GM)
Guinea (GN)
Equatorial Guinea (GQ)
Guinea-Bissau (GW)
British Indian Ocean Territory (IO)
Kenya (KE)
Comoros (KM)
Liberia (LR)
Lesotho (LS)
Madagascar (MG)
Mali (ML)
Mauritania (MR)
Mauritius (MU)
Malawi (MW)
Mozambique (MZ)
Namibia (NA)
Niger (NE)
Nigeria (NG)
Rwanda (RW)
Seychelles (SC)
Sudan (SD)
St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha (SH)
Sierra Leone (SL)
Senegal (SN)
Somalia (SO)
Sao Tome and Principe (ST)
South Sudan (SS)
Swaziland (SZ)
Chad (TD)
Togo (TG)
Tanzania (TZ)
Uganda (UG)
South Africa (ZA)
Zambia (ZM)
Zimbabwe (ZW)
Geographical Area: North America
Canada (CA)
Greenland (GL)
United States (US)
Geographical Area: South America
Antigua and Barbuda (AG)
Anguilla (AI)
Aruba (AW)
Barbados (BB)
Bermuda (BM)
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba (BQ)
Bahamas (BS)
Belize (BZ)
Costa Rica (CR)
Cuba (CU)
Curaçao (CW)
Dominica (DM)
Dominican Republic (DO)
Grenada (GD)
Guatemala (GT)
Honduras (HN)
Haiti (HT)
Jamaica (JM)
St Kitts and Nevis (KN)
Cayman Islands (KY)
Saint Lucia (LC)
Montserrat (MS)
Mexico (MX)
Nicaragua (NI)
Panama (PA)
El Salvador (SV)
Sint Maarten (SX)
Turks and Caicos Islands (TC)
Trinidad and Tobago (TT)
St Vincent and the Grenadines (VC)
Virgin Islands, British (VG)
Virgin Islands, U.S. (VI)
Argentina (AR)
Bolivia (BO)
Brazil (BR)
Chile (CL)
Colombia (CO)
Ecuador (EC)
Falkland Islands (FK)
Guyana (GY)
Peru (PE)
Paraguay (PY)
Suriname (SR)
Uruguay (UY)
Venezuela (VE)
Geographical Area: Asia and Pacific
Afghanistan (AF)
Bangladesh (BD)
Brunei Darussalam (BN)
Bhutan (BT)
China (CN)
Hong Kong (HK)
Indonesia (ID)
India (IN)
Japan (JP)
Kyrgyzstan (KG)
Cambodia (KH)
North Korea (KP)
South Korea (KR)
Kazakhstan (KZ)
Laos (LA)
Sri Lanka (LK)
Burma/Myanmar (MM)
Mongolia (MN)
Macao (MO)
Maldives (MV)
Malaysia (MY)
Nepal (NP)
Philippines (PH)
Pakistan (PK)
Singapore (SG)
Thailand (TH)
Tajikistan (TJ)
Timor-Leste (TL)
Turkmenistan (TM)
Taiwan (TW)
Uzbekistan (UZ)
Viet Nam (VN)
Australia (AU)
Fiji (FJ)
Micronesia, Federated States of (FM)
Kiribati (KI)
Marshall Islands (MH)
Northern Mariana Islands (MP)
New Caledonia (NC)
Nauru (NR)
New Zealand (NZ)
French Polynesia (PF)
Papua New Guinea (PG)
Pitcairn (PN)
Palau (PW)
Solomon Islands (SB)
Tonga (TO)
Tuvalu (TV)
Vanuatu (VU)
Wallis and Futuna (WF)
Samoa (WS)
Cocos (Keeling) Islands (CC)
Christmas Island (CX)
Heard Island and McDonald Islands (HM)
Norfolk Island (NF)
American Samoa (AS)
Guam (GU)
US Minor Outlying Islands (UM)
Cook Islands (CK)
Niue (NU)
Tokelau (TK)
Antarctica (AQ)
Bouvet Island (BV)
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands (GS)
French Southern and Antarctic Lands (TF)
Geographical Area: Middle East
Region Code : MIDDLEEAST
Israel (IL)
Iran (IR)
United Arab Emirates (AE)
Bahrain (BH)
Iraq (IQ)
Kuwait (KW)
Oman (OM)
Qatar (QA)
Saudi Arabia (SA)
Yemen (YE)
Armenia (AM)
Azerbaijan (AZ)
Georgia (GE)
Jordan (JO)
Lebanon (LB)
Palestinian Territory (PS)
Syria (SY)

List of AIFMD National Competent Authorities (NCAs)

Member State
Österreichische Finanzmarktaufsicht (FMA)
Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA)
Financial Supervision Commission (FSC)
Croatian Financial Services Supervisory Agency (HANFA)
Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC)
Czech Republic
Czech National Bank (CNB)
Danish Financial Supervisory Authority (DFSA)
Estonian Financial Supervision and Resolution Authority (FSA)
Financial Supervisory Authority (FIN-FSA)
Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF)
Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (BaFin)
Helenic Capital Market Commission (HCMC)
Magyar Nemzeti Bank (MNB)
Central Bank of Iceland
Central Bank of Ireland
Financial and Capital Market Commission(FKTK)
Finanzmarktaufsicht Liechtenstein (FMA)
Bank of Lithuania / Lietuvos Bankas
Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF)
Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA)
Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM)
Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway
Komisja Nadzoru Finansowego (KNF)
Comissão do Mercado de Valores Mobiliários (CMVM)
Autoritatea de Supraveghere Financiara (ASF)
Národná Banka Slovenska (NBS)
Agencija za trg Vrednostnih Papirjev (A-TVP)
Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores (CNMV)
Finansinspektionen (FI)
United Kingdom
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

List of publications on the AIFMD by the European Authorities

European Parliament
AIFMD Directive 2011/61/EU
Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 231/2013
ESMA (European Securities and Markets Authority)
Guidelines on key concepts
Guidelines on reporting obligations
Consultation Paper
AIFMD Final Report
Policy Activities - Fund Management

How to determine the Investor Concentration Percentage by Retail Investors and by Professional Clients?

According to Directive 2004/39/EC the following entities are considered professional clients. Please see the directive for the full details.

  • Credit institutions.
  • Investment firms.
  • Other authorised or regulated financial institutions.
  • Insurance companies.
  • Collective investment schemes and management companies of such schemes.
  • Pension funds and management companies of such funds.
  • Commodity and commodity derivatives dealers.
  • Local firms as defined in Article 3(1)(p) of Directive 2006/49/EC.
  • Other institutional investors.
  • Large undertakings meeting two of the following size requirements on a company basis: balance sheet total: EUR 20 000 000, net turnover: EUR 40 000 000, own funds: EUR 2 000 000.
  • National and regional governments, public bodies that manage public debt, Central Banks, international and supranational institutions such as the World Bank, the IMF, the ECB, the EIB and other similar international organisations.
  • Other institutional investors whose main activity is to invest in financial instruments, including entities dedicated to the securitisation of assets or other financing transactions.

AIFMD reporting periods

Policy Activities - Fund Management
The Reporting period start date for funds is always the first calendar day of the Reporting period type in the Reporting period year
The Reporting period end date
The Reporting period end date for funds is always the last calendar day of the Reporting period type in the Reporting period year.
Inception Date
The Reporting period end date for funds is always the last calendar day of the Reporting period type in the Reporting period year.
BaFin Exception (Germany)
In contrast to ESMA, BaFin states “The inception date is not allowed as it should be before the reporting start date”. So the inception date cannot be the same as the start date of the reporting period. This leads to the difference that e.g. 1 July gets the reporting period type H2 according to the ESMA rules and Q4 according to the BaFin rules.

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