Alternative funds

As an alternative investment fund manager, you are targeting investors from different countries. In Europe and abroad, there are various tax or regulatory reporting regimes applicable to the fund and your investors that are must have in order to achieve a successful cross-border distribution.

Understanding the complex tax and regulatory environment in the different local markets and meeting your investors requirements is a challenge. Our GTC team has developed a strong expertise in assisting alternative asset managers with their reporting obligations.

Our services

Find out more about the investor tax reporting services we offer for each country:


As an alternative investment fund manager, you want to successfully satisfy institutional investors’ and regulator's requirements.
Explore the full set of regulatory reporting services we offer in European countries.
Country Investors Type Reporting
Europe Insurance companies
  Credit institutions
  Retail clients
  Supervisory authorities
  Management companies
  Credit institutions
Italy Pension schemes
Austria Pension schemes
Germany Insurance companies
  Credit institutions
  Pension schemes

Scope of services

  • Data collection and checks (completeness, technical and business);
  • Asset classification, breakdown and look-through according to regulatory reporting principles;
  • Compilation and production of reports under regulatory and technical standards expectations;

  • Certification of clients computations;
  • Advice on regulatory reporting.

Contact us

Oliver Weber

Tax Partner, PwC Luxembourg

Tel: +352 49 48 48 3175

Christian Heinz

Tax Partner, Global Tax Compliance Leader, PwC Luxembourg

Tel: +352 621 33 2247

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