SEBI permits Category III AIFs to calculate concentration norms in listed equity based on Net Asset Value
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Circular no. SEBI/HO/IMD/IMDI/DOF6/P/CIR/2021/663 Dated: 22-11-2021
The market regulator, SEBI vide notification dated 09-11-2021 had amended SEBI(Alternative Investment Funds)Regulations, 2012 permitting category III AIFs, including large value funds for accredited investors of category III AIFs, to calculate the concentration norm based on the net asset value of the fund for investment in listed equity of an investee company.
In this regard, the SEBI has clarified that the limit for investment in listed equity shall be calculated based on the NAV of the fund on the business day immediately preceding the date on which the Category III AIF makes such investment.
SEBI further clarified that the NAV of the AIF will be the sum of the value of all securities adjusted for the mark to market gains/losses. This would include cash and cash equivalents but exclude any funds borrowed by the AIF.
Passive breach of concentration norm, i.e. when the market value of the investment of Category III AIF in listed equity of an investee company exceeds the investment limits of 10% of the net asset value in listed equity prescribed of Category III AIF including accredited investors of Category III AIFs and 20% for large value funds, shall be rectified within 30 days from the date of the breach.
SEBI further specified that the requirement of appointment of a custodian shall be applicable if the sum of the corpus of the AIF and the value of the Co-investment managed by the Manager of the AIF as Co-investment Portfolio Manager is more than Rs. 500 rupees.
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