First published 25 June 2018
Final date for submissions
5 pm, Monday 23 July 2018
(this consultation has concluded)
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We are consulting on a proposal to grant a class exemption to funds invested in loans secured by first-ranking mortgages from having to disclose the names of individual borrowers to investors provided other relevant information has been disclosed.
Please send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org (please use the title of the consultation paper for the subject line).
Submissions closed 5 pm Monday 23 July 2018.
25 July 2019
Following our consultation, there is now an exemption in place. The Financial Markets Conduct (Managed Funds – Loan Disclosure Requirements) Exemption Notice 2019 provides exemptions effective 1 August 2019 for managers of schemes that invest in secured loans from the requirement to name borrowers in disclosure documents or on the Disclose Register. Alternative information about the secured property must be provided instead that will be more useful for investors.
Every manager of a registered scheme that is a managed fund is required to provide the following information:
For assets such as loans secured by first ranking registered mortgages over property, the name of the individual asset would need to include the name of the borrower under that loan. This notice exempts the managers of managed funds that invest in these assets from the requirement to provide the name of the borrower. Instead, under the conditions of the exemption, the manager must include the following alternative information:
While this notice exempts managers from providing the name of the borrower, there is no exemption from the requirement to disclose all material information. Therefore, the manager must still disclose any circumstances relating to the borrower that are material (eg, the borrower is a discharged bankrupt).
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