SEC Issues Clarifications on New Rules on Collective Investment Schemes

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Monday, June 22, 2020 / 10:59 AM / by SEC Nigeria / Header Image Credit: Bitcoinist

 

Sequel to the publication of new Rules relating to Collective Investment Schemes in December 2019, the Commission hereby issues the following clarifications to facilitate effective compliance with the new CIS Rules.

  1. All Fund Managers of Collective Investment Schemes are required to comply with the provisions of the new Rules and file evidence of compliance on or before September 30 2020;
  2. The application of the new total expense ratio and incentive fee computation takes effect from the beginning of Q3,2020, i.e. July 2020;
  3. Incentive fees should not be factored into total expense ratio computation and shall be assessable and payable on an annual basis;
  4. The Fund Managers Association of Nigeria (FMAN) shall submit acceptable benchmarks for Money Market Funds, Balanced Funds and Ethical Funds at the beginning of each year commencing Q3. 2020

 

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