This provides a summary only of the ongoing requirements of the ISE. The Funds Publications section contains the complete set of listing requirements and ongoing obligations.
General obligation of disclosure.*
- A listed fund must notify the ISE’s Companies Announcements Office immediately of any price sensitive information, material new developments or operational changes and any material change in performance or financial position. The timing of such announcements is specifically provided for.
Interim and annual accounts.
- A listed fund must issue an annual report and accounts and an interim report. The annual report and accounts must be circulated to unitholders and the ISE’s Companies Announcement Office as soon as possible after the accounts have been approved and in any event within six months of the end of the financial period to which they relate. The interim report must be published and sent to the ISE’s Companies Announcement Office within four months of the end of the period to which it relates. Note: A QIF shall not be required to produce interim accounts where the applicable regulation and legislation does not require production of these accounts.
Notifications relating to capital.
- Alterations to capital structure, new issues of debt securities, changes of rights attaching to listed units or issues affecting conversion rights.
Notification of NAV.
- NAV’s should be emailed to: email@example.com alternatively to firstname.lastname@example.org. The AutoNAV service is easy to use and updates your NAV information directly to the ISE website Once the listed security's identifiers have been certified by the AutoNAV system your information will be displayed immediately thereafter, no manual input is required. For more information on the AutoNAV service please email email@example.com.
Notification of interests in units.
- Detail on controlling shareholders, directors’ or investment manager’s interests and in the case of closed ended funds holdings of 10% or more in the share capital of the fund.
- Rights between holders of units.
- Provisions for equality of treatment for all unitholders and a requirement for prior notification, and in limited circumstances prior approval, of proposed variation to rights.
*A listed fund must also consider it’s obligations under the Market Abuse Regulations regulated by the Central Bank.