According to section 11AA (2) of SEBI act, any scheme or arrangement made or offered by any company under which the contributions, or payments made by inventors, are pooled underutilised with a view to receive profits, income, produce or property & is managed on behalf of the investors is a Collective Investment Scheme.
Investors do not have any day to day control over the management and operation of such scheme or arrangement.
Through the SEBI ordinance 2014, any pooling of funds under any scheme or arrangement, which is not registered with SEBI, involving a corpus amount of one hundred crore rupees or greater shall be estimated to be a collective investment scheme.
Following do not establish a collective investment scheme:
IT is a company incorporated under the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 and registered with SEBI under the SEBI (Collective Investment Schemes) Regulations, 1999, whose object is to organise, operate and manage a Collective Investment Scheme.
Any individual other than a Collective Investment Management Company which obtained a certificate under these regulations shall carry on or sponsor or launch a collective investment scheme.
Any individual proposing to carry any activity as a Collective Investment Management Company on or after the commencement of these regulations shall make an application to the Board for the grant of registration in Form A.
a) Applicant is set up and registered as a company under the Companies Act, 1956;
b) Applicant has, in its Memorandum of Association specified the managing of collective investment scheme as one of its main objects;
c) The applicant has a minimum net worth of rupees 5 crores
However, at the time of making the application the applicant sould have a minimum net worth of INR 3 crores which shall be increased to rupees five crores within three years from the date of approval of registration;
d) Applicant is a fit and proper person for the grant of such certificate;
e) Applicant has adequate infrastructure to enable it to operate collective investment scheme in accordance with the provision of these regulations;
f) Directors or key personnel of the applicant shall consist of persons of honesty and integrity having adequate professional experience in related field and have not been convicted for an offence involving moral turpitude or for any economic offence or for the violation of any securities laws;
g) Minimum fifty per cent of the directors of such Collective Investment Management Company shall consist of persons who are independent and are not directly or indirectly associated with the persons who have control over the Collective Investment Management Company;
h) No individual, directly or indirectly connected with the applicant has in the past been refused registration by the Board under the Act.
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Some condition needs to be followed by a collective investment management company:
The type if investment that they can make that has been prescribed along with restriction on activities of collective investment Management Company.
Appointment of trustee
A Collective Investment Management Company shall appoint a trustee who shall hold the assets of the collective investment scheme for the benefit of unit holders.
1- Persons registered with the Board as Debenture Trustee under Securities and Exchange Board of India (Debenture Trustee) Regulations, 1993 shall be qualified to be chosen as trustees of collective investment scheme.
Provided that no person shall be eligible to be appointed as trustee, if he is directly or indirectly associated with the persons who have control over the collective investment management company.
2- The Collective Investment Management Company shall furnish to the Board particulars as specified in Form C in respect of trustees appointed.
A registered Collective Investment Management Company is eligible to raise funds from the public by launching schemes. Such schemes have to be compulsorily credit rated as well as appraised by an appraising agency. The schemes also have to be approved by the Trustee and contain disclosures, as provided in the Regulations, which would enable the investors to make informed decision. A copy of the offer document of the scheme has to be filed with SEBI and if no modifications are suggested by SEBI within 21 days from the date of filing then the Collective Investment Management Company is entitled to issue the offer document to the public for raising funds from them.
Listing of collective investment scheme.
The units of every collective investment scheme shall be listed immediately after the date of allotment of units and not later than six weeks from the date of closure of the collective investment scheme on each of the stock exchanges as mentioned in the offer document.
Submission of information and documentation:
(1) The Collective Investment Management Company shall prepare quarterly reports (i.e., as at the end of March, June, September and December) on its activities and the position regarding compliance with these regulations and submit the same to the trustees within one month of the expiry of each quarter.
(2) The Collective Investment Management Company shall file with the trustee and the Board— (a) particulars of all its directors along with their interest in other companies within fifteen days of their appointment; and
(b) Any change in the interests of directors, within fifteen days of such change.
(3) The Collective Investment Management Company shall furnish a copy of the Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Account and a copy of the summary of the yearly appraisal report to the unit holders within two months from the closure of financial year.
(4) The Collective Investment Management Company shall furnish to the Board and the trustee such information and documents to the Board and the trustee as may be required by them concerning the affairs of the 34[collective investment scheme].
Investors should approach CIS in this regard. Anycase investors do not get satisfactory response there to, they may write to SEBI. Additionally, investors can approach district consumer redressal forums in case entities fail to honour their promises or for any deficiency in service. For bouncing of cheques, investors can move the courts under section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act as the right to file criminal complaint exclusively vests with the beneficiary of the cheque. Investors should further note that wherever they do not have a right to the land or to the produce arising out of the land such investment may be a deposit and where a company fails to repay the deposits, it attracts the provisions of section 73 of the Indian Companies Act, 2013. It is clarified that SEBI has no jurisdiction over such deposits.
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