SEC to Discontinue the Practice of Issuing Prior Approval for Audited Accounts of CIS

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Friday, October 23, 2020   /12:35 PM  / By SEC Nigeria / Header Image Credit: Ripples Nigeria

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 169(2)&(3) and Section 181(1)(f),(g)&(h) of the Investment and Securities Act 2007, and the importance of disseminating timely information to the market, the Commission shall henceforth discontinue the practice of issuing prior approval or no objection for Audited Accounts of Collective Investment Schemes.

Consequently, annual accounts of Collective Investment Schemes upon completion of audit and auditor certification, shall be published within three months after the end of the period to which the accounts relate or any other period prescribed by the Commission from time to time.

Note however that any misstatements, misrepresentations, or otherwise, observed in the audited accounts of a Collective Investment Scheme shall attract appropriate sanctions (including a requirement to restate the accounts in the Scheme's succeeding financial year) on the Fund Manager, Trustee and Auditor.

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