A.AIF ensures transparency and disclosure of information to investors on the following issues: B. Periodic publication of financial information, risk management, transactions, portfolio and transaction on fund investments. C. All fees allocated to the manager or sponsor; and all fees charged to the FIA or an entity that is the subject of participation by an employee of the manager or sponsor. D. All applications/actions brought by judicial or supervisory authorities in an E jurisdiction. Any material responsibility that arises during the FIA`s mandate. f. Any violation of a provision of the investment memorandum or an agreement with the investor or other fund documents. G. Changed the control of the sponsor or manager or the reports of Investee Company to investors at least every year, within 180 days from the end of the year, including the following information, according to the applicable terms: 1. Financial information of the holding companies 2. Significant risks and how they are managed, including the risk of concentration at the fund level; Exchange rate risk at the fund level The risk of leverage at the level of funds and participating companies; The risk of realisation (i.e.
changes in the exit environment) in terms of funds and participation; Strategy risk (i.e. variation or deviation from business strategy) at the level of participating firms; Reputational risk at the level of participating companies; risks to businesses, including environmental risks, social and corporate governance risks, funds and participation. 3. The Category III AIF provides investors, within 60 days of the end of the quarter, quarterly reports on the above information: 4. Any substantial change in the main investment team 5. Systemic risk information (including identification, analysis and reduction of systemic risks) provided by the Commission if necessary. The issuance of FIA units will impose a stamp duty equal to 0.005% of the value of the units; That is, the contributor`s contribution to the exclusion of service charges, administrative fees, goods and services tax (GST), etc. SEBI has adopted the regulations of hedge funds in order to establish a structure in which regulatory frameworks are available for all shades of private capital or investment, in order to channel and better regulate the funds in which institutions or HTNI invest. The framework must uncover fraud, detect unfair business practices and minimize conflicts of interest through advertising, incentive structures, reporting obligations and legal agreements. The contribution agreement and the certificate/declaration of unit of account are considered to be two separate instruments and must therefore be characterized separately as separate transactions.