Etablir un organisme de placement collectif de droit luxembourgeois ou établir des sous-fonds additionnels sous un organisme de placement collectif de droit luxembourgeois existant
In the context of setting up a Luxembourg based undertaking for collective investment, applicants have to distinguish between 3 types of undertakings for collective investment:
- UCITS governed by Part I of the Law of 17 December 2010. UCITS shall mean undertaking for collective investment in transferable securities governed by Directive 2009/65/EC.
- UCI governed by Part II of the Law of 17 December 2010 relating to undertakings for collective investment. UCI shall mean undertaking for collective investment.
- SIF governed by Law of 13 February 2007 relating to specialised investment funds. SIF are limited to well-informed investors within the meaning of Article 2 of that law.
The authority which is to carry out the duties provided for in these respective laws is the CSSF.
The CSSF keeps official lists of the undertakings for collective investment authorised in Luxembourg and subject to its supervision. The official lists are regularly updated and can be viewed or downloaded here.
Such entry shall be tantamount to authorisation and shall be notified by the CSSF to the undertaking for collective investment concerned.
The entering and the maintaining of the official list shall be subject to observance of all legislative, regulatory or contractual provisions relating to the organisation and operation of the undertaking for collective investment.
The fact that an undertaking for collective investment is entered on the official list shall not, under any circumstances, be described in any way whatsoever as a positive assessment made by the CSSF of the quality of the securities offered for sale.
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Applications for entry on the official list must be filed with the CSSF.
The information request below represents practical guidance for interested parties with the goal of launching an undertaking for collective investment in accordance with the applicable law and seeking the formal approval procedure with the CSSF.
The CSSF considers the information to be provided as minimum requirements and reserves the right to request additional information as may be deemed necessary in the context of the authorization process.
Please feel free to provide the information by e-file via use of the relevant procedure or by electronic mail to the attention of email@example.com after duly completed.
For any general questions in relation to the application processes, please feel free to contact us at the email address firstname.lastname@example.org or contact by phone the helpdesk on (+352) 26 251- 251.
For any specific questions in relation to a case under examination, please proceed as explained further in the approval process.
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