Charity Authorised Investment Funds (CAIFs) are UK authorised funds which are set up exclusively for Charities. CAIFs will be authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Each CAIF will also be registered as a Charity with the Charity Commission for England and Wales.
The Investment Association, the Charity Investors Group and the Charity Law Association have produced a guide for managers wishing to set up a CAIF, including and a model trust deed for a CAIF.
The Investment Association / AFME Indicators of Interest Proposal (March 2017)
GUIDING PRINCIPLES ON OUTSOURCING
Following the Outsourcing Working Group (OWG) Report published in December 2013, the group met again in 2016 to consider the report and whether any areas required further amendments or change. This amended version of the OWG Report contains all of the original contents plus some of the risk-based aspects of outsourcing activities to a third party, with practical examples for asset managers.
The purpose of the Equities Electronic Order Handling Questionnaire is to establish a common, non-exhaustive, framework for the request of information from clients to their electronic trading service providers. The scope of the Questionnaire is limited to equity / equity-like European Economic Area (EEA) securities which are traded through a regulated firm based in the EEA.