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Agricultural commodities futures market

Relevant on April 24, 2017

Guide to the regulatory documents governing collective investments schemes

Relevant on March 15, 2017

This guide details how to draft the key investor information document (KIID) and the prospectus (including Regulations / Articles of Incorporation) for UCITS and non-UCITS (including venture capital funds, employee investment funds and innovation venture capital trusts) and for funds that are accessible to the public.

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Authorisation procedures, preparation of a KIID and a prospectus, and reporting for employee investment undertakings

Relevant on March 15, 2017

Instruction DOC-2011-21 outlines the rules that apply to employee investment undertakings (FCPE or SICAVAS) regarding the authorisation process, the drawing up of a key investor information document (KIID) and prospectus, and periodic disclosure. Information is provided about the formation of an employee investment undertaking, any changes during the life of an employee investment undertaking (changes subject to pre-approval or changes subject to ex-post notification) and the means by which information is provided to subscribers and the AMF.

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Authorisation processes, preparation of a KIID and a prospectus and periodic reporting for retail investment funds, funds of alternative funds and professional retail investment funds

Relevant on March 15, 2017

Instruction DOC-2011-20 details the rules applicable to retail investment funds, funds of alternative funds and professional retail investment funds as to the authorisation process and the preparation of a key investor information document (KIID) and a prospectus and periodic reporting. In particular, it provides details about the creation of these funds, changes to them during their life (subject to pre-approval/subject to ex-post notification) and the procedures for notifying investors and the AMF.

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Authorisation procedures, preparation of a KIID and a prospectus and periodic reporting for French and foreign UCITS marketed in France

Relevant on March 15, 2017

The AMF details the rules that apply to French UCITS and foreign UCITS distributed in France as regards the approval procedure, the drafting of a key investor information document (KIID) and a prospectus, and periodic reporting. Clarifications are provided about the creation of a French UCITS, changes during the life of UCITS, and the requirements regarding reporting to investors and to the AMF.

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Contact: Communication Directorate – Autorité des marches financiers 17 place de la Bourse – 75082 Paris cedex 02