Asia Region Funds Passport (ARFP)
Regulatory SummaryRequired documents for an approval of ARFP Passport Funds (for inbound only)
A CIS Operator must submit a completed Form 35 – ARFP CIS in hard copies accompanied by all supporting documentation as specified in Form 35 – ARFP CIS to the SEC Thailand for the ARFP Passport Fund
Remark: Form 69 – CIS full forms an integral part of Form 35 – ARFP CIS. CIS Operator is required to complete Form 69 – CIS full and submit it as part of the required documents for an approval of ARFP Passport Funds.
ARFP Passport Funds Fact Sheet Template (for Inbound only)
Fact sheet of ARFP Passport Funds to be disclosed to investors in Thailand shall be prepared in accordance with the format and contents provided herein. Please click here to view the fact sheet template.
On-going requirements of ARFP Operator
The followings are on-going requirements for CIS Operator who makes offerings of ARFP Passport Fund in Thailand:
The CIS Operator is required to submit a hard copy of a completed Form 69 – CIS annually update to the SEC Thailand within 1 year after the effective date of the previously submitted registration statement, either Form 69 – CIS full or Form 69 – CIS annually update, as the case may be.
In the case where there is a material change to the information specified in the effective registration statement and such change has been notified and approved by Home Regulator, the CIS Operator is required to submit a hard copy of a completed Form 69 – CIS material update to the SEC Thailand within 10 days after Home Regulator approved such material change (excluding weekends/ public holidays in Home Jurisdiction).
In addition, the CIS Operator is required to prepare sales report for the sale of units of the ARFP Passport Fund offered in Thailand. This report shall be lodged with the SEC Thailand within 45 days after the last official day of the year that such solicitations occurred.