Related party definition – Separating the sheep from the goats

National Conference 2022

The related party definition is important for many reasons – mainly linked to the fund’s investments – but does however have impact on the fund for other reasons. In this presentation Graeme will identify the entities that qualify as related parties and clarify any misconceptions and situations where non-related parties may surprisingly become related.

At the end of this session, you will be able to:

  • Understand the provisions in the SIS legislation for related parties;
  • Impact on the fund investments if an entity or entities become related, and;
  • Identify situations where a non-related party becomes related.

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