ESMA has updated its AIFMD Q&As to reflect new Q&As relating to: (i) requirements regarding the domicile of EU AIFs that are marketed in the home member state of the AIFM; (ii) the marketing of EU feeder AIFs that have a non-EU master AIF; and (iii) the influence that committed capital can have on the calculation of the total value of assets under management and additional own funds. ESMA has also published an updated version of its Q&As on the implementation of EMIR. The updated Q&A include new answers relating to the EMIR clearing obligation and the process for (1) determining the category of counterparty to which firms belong, and (2) communicating this information to their OTC derivatives counterparties.