Examples of UCITS Regulations in a sentence
A Fund may invest no more than 10% of its Net Asset Value in securities of the type to which Regulation 68(1)(d) of the UCITS Regulations apply.
Transactions with connected personsIn accordance with Regulation 43 of the Central Bank UCITS Regulations, any transaction carried out with the Company by its promoter, manager, depositary, investment adviser and/or associated or group companies of these entities (“connected persons”) must be carried out as if at arm’s length.
Constitution Clause (3) of the Constitution provides, inter alia, that the sole object of the Company is the collective investment in transferable securities and/or in other liquid financial assets as permitted by the UCITS Regulations of capital raised from the public, operating on the principle of risk spreading.
Investment in Collective Investment SchemesThe Sub-Fund may use Collective Investment Schemes in order to gain exposure to the types of Equity Instruments and Money Market Instruments/ Debt Instruments detailed above.The Collective Investment Schemes into which the Sub-Fund may invest are: (i) UCITS funds; and (ii) open-ended AIFs authorised in a Member State of the EEA and which comply, in all material respects, with the provisions of the UCITS Regulations and the Central Bank UCITS Regulations.
Our report shall state whether, in our opinion, the Company has been managed in that period in accordance with the provisions of the Company’s memorandum and articles of association and the UCITS Regulations.