CySEC Country Analysis (CA) and Quarterly Statistics (QST) for CIF & AIFM in Q3 2022Salvus Team
The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) released Circular C530 to inform Cyprus Investment Firms (CIF) of the submission of the CA Form referencing the 3rd quarter of 2022. Furthermore, CySEC released Circulars C531 & C532 to inform CIF and Alternative Investment Fund Managers (AIFM) of the submission of the QST Form referencing the 3rd quarter of 2022, respectively.
All CIF and AIFM that were authorised by the 30th of September 2022, are required to complete and submit the above-mentioned forms, via the CySEC Transaction Reporting System (TRS) by 15:00 hrs of the below corresponding deadlines:
|Regulated Entity||Report||Deadline||Form version||Naming convention|
|CIF||QST||31st of October||Version 9||Username_yyyymmdd_QST-CIF|
|AIFM||QST||31st of October||Version 17||Username_yyyymmdd_QST-MC|
|CIF||CA||11th of November||Version 2||Username_yyyymmdd_CA-CIF|
Regarding the naming convention, the Username corresponds to the TRS credentials of the regulated entity, which should be entered in capital letters, and yyyymmdd the end date of the form’s reporting period.
Both QST and CA Forms must be completed in the English language, and report data in Euro rounded to the nearest unit.
It is highlighted that regarding the QST Form for CIF, the investment and ancillary services to be reported are the ones that CIF entities have provided during the reporting period and not all the services that they are licensed for.
For more regulatory reporting obligations CIF and AIFM are required to fulfil in 2022, please visit the SALVUS Regulatory Reporting Obligations Calendar.
Please contact us at [email protected] if you require additional information or support with the submission of the QST and CA Forms; our Regulatory Compliance team can support you.