General information:

 

What does the course cover?

Why should you take the course?

Who should take the course?

 

Practical information:

 

Venue

Registration and course access

Fees, method of payment and cancellation

Language

 

 

What does the course cover?

The course content has been developed and curated by subject matter experts and leading practitioners. It covers the following 4 modules:

Module 1
ELTIF overview
Module 2
Eligible investments
Module 3
Operating conditions
Module 4
Marketing

The course comprises 3 hours of self-paced study divided into 4 modules, including optional interactive quizzes and assignments to consolidate your learning progress and further reading suggestions. 

 

Why should you take the course?

This course will help you to better understand what an ELTIF label entails and how it can be set attached to your fund. It will provide you with valuable insights into the investment strategies, operating restrictions, and effective marketing strategies associated with an ELTIF fund.

 

Who should take the course?

The course is aimed at PE professionals already authorised, or planning to get authorised, under the AIFMD who are questioning the relevance of the ELTIF passport for their fund and seeking to gain an understanding of the implications and requirements associated with its use, aiming to determine the potential profile of their upcoming fund.

Venue

On-demand e-learning course, accessible on the Invest Europe learning hub.

 

Registration and course access

Online registration followed within 15 minutes by a confirmation email with link to access course content.

On-demand e-learning courses can also be accessed via Invest Europe’s e-learning platform.

Registered participants will have access to the course for 6 months from the registration date.

 

Fees, method of payment and cancellation

Invest Europe members non-members VAT
€ 230 € 330 21% Belgian users only

For on-demand e-learning courses cancellation is not possible after purchase.

Language

The course will be delivered in English.

Last modified: Wednesday, 21 June 2023, 11:08 AM