MKT 6.3.1

Past version: effective from 18/12/2018 - 24/02/2019
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(1) A Person intending to have Units admitted to trading on an Authorised Market Institution must, subject to (2), (3) and (4), submit to the DFSA:
(a) a completed application using the appropriate form set out in AFN and the relevant fee prescribed in FER;
(b) a Prospectus relating to the Fund ("Fund Prospectus") which:
(i) complies with, in the case of a Domestic Fund, the requirements in the Collective Investment Law 2010 and CIR that apply to a Public Fundand, where that Fund is also an Islamic Fund, the additional requirements in IFR chapter 6;
(ii) is prepared, in the case of a Foreign Fund, in accordance with the requirements in Rule 6.3.3; and
(iii) contains, unless it is an Islamic Listed Fund, a prominent disclaimer in bold, on the front page of the Prospectus, as follows:
"The DFSA does not accept responsibility for the content of the information included in the Prospectus, including the accuracy or completeness of such information. The liability for the content of the Prospectus lies with the Issuer of the Prospectus and other Persons, such as Experts, whose opinions are included in the Prospectus with their consent. The DFSA has also not assessed the suitability of the Securities to which the Prospectus relates to any particular investor or type of investor. If you do not understand the contents of this Prospectus or are unsure whether the Securities to which the Prospectus relates are suitable for your individual investment objectives and circumstances, you should consult an authorised financial advisor."
(c) where subsequent drafts or versions of the Fund Prospectus are submitted, a marked up version showing changes from the previous version submitted to the DFSA;
(d) if information is incorporated in the Fund Prospectus by reference to another document, a copy of that other document;
(e) the identity of the Person who is or intends to be the Reporting Entity;
(f) contact details of two individuals who are sufficiently knowledgeable about the content of the document referred to in (b) to be able to answer queries of the DFSA during business hours; and
(g) any other information that the DFSA may require.
(2) The application in (1) must be submitted to the DFSA:
(a) in the case of an applicant who has not made a previous Prospectus Offer, at least [20] business days prior to the intended date on which the applicant expects the Prospectus to be approved;
(b) in other cases, at least [10] business days before the intended date on which the applicant expects the Prospectus to be approved; and
(c) in the case of a Supplementary Prospectus, as soon as is reasonably possible.
(3) In the case of a Supplementary Prospectus, the application for approval must:
(a) be made using the appropriate form set out in the AFN module;
(b) accompanied by the relevant fee prescribed in the FER module; and
(c) include:
(i) in the case of a Domestic Fund, a Supplementary Prospectus which meets the requirements in the Collective Investment Law 2010 and the CIR Rules; and where that Fund is an Islamic Fund, the additional requirements in IFR; and
(ii) in the case of a Foreign Fund, a document which meets the equivalent requirements applicable in the jurisdiction in which the Fund is established or domiciled.
Derived from RM81/2011 (Made 30th November 2011). [VER1/11-11]
[Amended] DFSA RM120/2013 (Made 14th July 2013). [VER4/07-13]
[Amended] DFSA RM219/2018 (Made 22nd February 2018). [VER13/12-18]