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22 January 2020

Access the GECO extranet

The GECO extranet is the tool that enables you to send information to the AMF and to perform your reporting. How do you access it? How do you get help if you lose your password or experience technical difficulties? We provide you with some guidance here.

Your tool for communicating with the AMF

The GECO extranet is the application that you use to send information to the AMF, perform your reporting, file your transfer, authorisation and marketing applications for CIUs, etc.

 

When do you get access to GECO?

Once your investment management company has been authorised, the AMF will send you your username and password by email so that you can log on to GECO.

Login to the GECO extranet

Data quality is essential

The quality of the data sent through this official communication channel is essential. This includes not only the various documents filed (prospectus, etc.), but also the information that your management company needs to enter in the various mandatory fields in GECO. It should be noted that this extranet is currently undergoing a complete overhaul. The new version should be released to production gradually during 2020.

 

What do you do if you are having trouble logging on or require further information?

If you are having trouble logging on, have a technical problem or require any further information, please contact us either by emailing us at gio [at] amf-france.org or by giving us a call on +33 (0)1 53 45 61 01 (Mon-Fri 8:30 am to 6:00 pm).

GECO Team
+33 (0)1 53 45 61 01 gio [at] amf-france.org
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