SEBI issues circular on regulatory reporting by AIFs.


The Securities and Exchange Board of India on 7th April 2021 in order to provide ease of compliance, it has been decided to review and rationalize the existing regulatory reporting requirements.

Based on consultation with various stakeholders and recommendation of alternative Investment Policy Advisory Committee, it has been decided that all AIFs shall submit a report on their activity as an AIF to SEBI on a quarterly basis within 10 calendar days from the end of each quarter in the revised formats.

Further, Category III AIFs shall also submit report on leverage undertaken, on quarterly basis and the AIFs shall submit these reports online through SEBI  intermediary Portal.

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