Collective Investment Scheme Administration Exam – Quiz 10

Last Updated: June 2024

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CISI Exam Quiz 10 Topics Covers:

know the restrictions and powers relating to cash, borrowing, stock lending and the exceptions applying
know how and when valuations are made including required frequency
be able to calculate the price of units and shares using the different methods permitted by the FCA
understand how prices are calculated for funds with multiple share classes
know the factors to be considered by a fund manager when determining a performance fee
know the charges that may be made by the AFM
understand the AFM’s discretion in setting dealing prices under single and dual pricing
know the requirements for price publication
know the requirements for notification to the depositary / trustee
know the minimum requirements relating to the controls around valuations (including fair valuation techniques)
know what constitutes a pricing error, the consequences and the action to be taken by the AFM and trustee / depositary
know the requirements for reconciling cash and units between the AFM, custodian and trustee / depositary
understand how investors can buy and sell units from the AFM
understand how different classes are used for different types of investor
know the difference between an exchange and a conversion
be able to apply the IA’s suggested formula to ensure proper and fair exchange of shares / units
be able to calculate the number of units following conversion
be able to calculate purchase consideration and redemption proceeds using the different methods permitted by the FCA
understand the use and consequences of fund liquidity and unit dealing suspension
know the definition, role and function of intermediaries
understand the difference between investing directly with the AFM or via an intermediary
know the methods by which investor transactions are executed
know the documentation required in relation to the execution of investor transactions
understand how fees and discounts affect investor transactions
understand the treatment of distributions of income and other rights
understand the AFMs responsibilities for issue and cancellation of units / shares
know the requirements for the establishment, maintenance and contents of a register
understand who can be registered as a holder of units / shares
know the status of the register as proof of ownership
know the process for rectification of registration errors

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