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CIR 13 Additional Requirements for Specialist Funds

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CIR 13.1 Application to Qualified Investor Funds
CIR 13.1.1
CIR 13.1A Fund of Funds
CIR 13.1A Guidance
CIR 13.2 Feeder Funds
CIR 13.2 Guidance
CIR 13.2.1
CIR 13.2.2
CIR 13.2.3
CIR 13.3 Private Equity Funds
CIR 13.3 Guidance
Investment Committee
CIR 13.4 Property Funds
CIR 13.4 Guidance
Permitted Form and Listing
Self-custody of Real Property for Public Funds
Self-custody of Real Property for Exempt Funds
Alternative Custody Arrangements for Real Property in Certain Jurisdictions
Investment Committee
Joint Ownership Arrangement
Use of Special Purpose Vehicles
Related Party Transactions
Valuation Function
Valuation Report
Reappointment of Valuer
CIR 13.5 Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
CIR 13.5 Guidance
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
CIR 13.6 Hedge Funds
CIR 13.6 Guidance
Risk management
Use of Prime Brokers
CIR 13.7 Umbrella Funds
CIR 13.7 Guidance
Form of an Umbrella Fund
Investments of an Umbrella Fund
CIR 13.8 Money Market Funds
Investment Conditions and Borrowings
Due diligence on investment quality
CIR 13.9 Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
Restriction on holding out to be an ETF
Systems and controls
Investment objective and strategy of an ETF
Criteria for underlying indices or other benchmarks
Index or benchmark provided by a Related Party
Types of ETFs and their characteristics