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Article 422-43 into force since

  • Version into force since
ELI : /en/eli/fr/aai/amf/rg/article/422-43/20131221/notes

I. - The key tasks of centralising subscription and redemption orders for units or shares of retail investment funds, under the provisions of article L. 214-24-46 of the Monetary and Financial Code, are as follows:

  1. Providing centralised reception and registration of subscription and redemption orders;

  2. Supervising compliance with the cutoff for centralising subscription and redemption orders referred to in the prospectus;

  3. Reporting the outcome of centralised reception of subscription and redemption orders for the retail investment fund as an amount and, where applicable, as the aggregate number of units or shares subscribed or redeemed;

  4. Valuing the orders after receiving information about the net asset value per unit or share from the retail investment fund. To enable the transfer agent to perform its tasks promptly, the retail investment fund shall send it the information about the net asset value per unit or share as soon as available;

  5. Reporting the information that the institution managing the unit or share registry needs to create or cancel units or shares;

  6. Reporting information about the outcome of the order processing to the entity that sent the order to the transfer agent and to the retail investment fund.

II. - The order registration contains the following information:

  1. The retail investment fund concerned;

  2. The person who gave or sent the order;

  3. The person who received the order;

  4. The date and time of the order;

  5. Payment terms and media;

  6. The type of order;

  7. The order execution date;

  8. The number of units subscribed or redeemed;

  9. The subscription or redemption price per unit;

  10. The total value of the units subscribed or redeemed;

  11. The gross value of the order, including subscription charges, or the net amount after deducting the redemption charges.