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Position/Recommendation supplementing Position 2013-02 on collecting know-your-client information

Relevant on January 3, 2018

The AMF is supplementing its Position DOC-2013-02 on collecting know-your client information in a Position/Recommendation dedicated to the risks brought about by the digitisation of relationships between the service provider and its client for the provision of investment services.

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A guide to the monitoring of collective investment schemes

Relevant on September 29, 2017

This guide provides a reminder of how certain aspects of the regulations governing CIS should be applied, such as control procedures, maturity management, side pocket funds, compensation procedures, calculating exposure and overall risk, and information for investors (in relation to mergers and in relation to the guaranteed amount of their investment) as well as the monitoring of ETFs.

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Procedure for marketing units or shares of AIFs

Relevant on September 25, 2017

Instruction DOC-2014-03 describes the procedure for marketing AIFs in France. It also specifies the procedure for marketing in another European Union Member State of AIFs managed by a French asset management company authorised under the AIFM Directive.

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Guide to the organisation of the risk management system within asset management companies

Relevant on June 20, 2017

The DOC-2014-06 recommendation details the expectations of the AMF for the operation and organisation of compliance, risk management, internal monitoring and periodic control functions within asset management companies (AMC). This guide specifies, notably, how different control functions should be structured and is aimed at AMCs that manage UCITS or AIFs and/or that provide a discretionary portfolio management service.

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Programme of operations guide for asset management companies and self-managed collective investments

Relevant on June 20, 2017

The position-recommandation DOC-2012-19 outlines how to complete the sections of the autorization application (including the program of operations) and complementary sheets. In particular it provides specific instructions on the “four eyes” (quatre yeux) rule, access to (information on) the position of the market member, the credit analysis, delegation and outsourcing, the practice of cash pooling (centralised treasury management authorised provided that certain conditions are met) as well as on internal control procedures.

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Head of publications: Florence Gaubert, Executive Director of AMF Communication Directorate.
Contact: Communication Directorate – Autorité des marches financiers 17 place de la Bourse – 75082 Paris cedex 02