Tiffany Cox

Solicitor, Macfarlanes
Tiffany is involved in all aspects of work relating to investment funds, both regulated and unregulated.

Tiffany advises a number of large asset managers and “host” authorised corporate directors on various matters relating to the structure and operation of regulated funds including: the establishment of umbrella and standalone OEICs and authorised unit trusts (UCITS and NURS); mergers/schemes of arrangement; fund terminations; fund range rationalisations; new sub-funds; and various ad hoc changes and updates to their fund ranges.

Tiffany also assists clients with investment management agreements, depositary agreements and platform and distribution arrangements, and advises clients in relation to on-going regulatory and compliance matters, including the application of the UCITS directive, AIFMD, MiFID II, the Benchmark Regulation and ESG developments.

Tiffany has been actively involved in an initiative with the Investment Association on the proposed Long-Term Asset Fund, and with the Alternative Credit Council on reforming the European Long-Term Investment Fund.
Contributed to


Draft ESG measures to amend AIFMD/UCITS/MiFID—one minute guide
Practice notes

This one minute guide, written in partnership with Lora Froud, partner, Andrew Henderson, partner, Louise Bralsford, solicitor, and Tiffany Cox, solicitor at Macfarlanes discusses the draft environmental social governance (ESG) measures to amend the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD), the Undertakings for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities (UCITS) Directive and the recast Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II), including impact on the industry, Brexit implications, new concepts and next steps.

The EU Disclosure Regulation—one minute guide
Practice notes

This one minute guide, written in collaboration with Lora Froud, partner, and Tiffany Cox, solicitor, at Macfarlanes, discusses the scope, impact, new concepts and next steps of the EU Disclosure Regulation.

Practice areas


  • Contributing Author

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