The Form 13F filing process is the perfect job for automation, yet it is still often done manually by compliance staff around the world.
Countless hours are spent across the industry on a task that, when properly automated, can be done very quickly and accurately.
The SEC has revised the requirements of Form 13F reporting which requires all information to be submitted in XML format, including the holdings summary.
FundApps' 13F filing service prepares Form 13F filings according to EDGAR XML Technical Specifications and ready for submission via the EDGAR OnlineForms/XML Website - contact us below for a demo.
The Official List is published quarterly and is available for download on the SEC's website.
For equities, depository receipts, convertibles, rights and warrants, and ETFs, we match the CUSIPs, for options we look at the underlying security’s CUSIP.
It is important to obtain fair market values (and principal amounts for convertibles) to ensure the “de minimis” thresholds are met, add up the aggregate fair market value of all securities (ex convertible bonds) in that issuer and ensure it’s USD 200,000 or more.
Integrating with FundApps is straightforward: all we require is a positions file. Our compliance experts support you every step of the way to get you up and running as efficiently and as easily as possible.
Upload your information securely via our Website.
We can help you to schedule this process automatically.
Review the Form 13F (XML & HTML) preview securely online.
The HTML preview is based on the official SEC 13F template and reflects how it will appear once filed.
Upload and submit your files via the EDGAR OnlineForms/XML Website.
FundApps will retain an audit of all positions, check results and user actions online.
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We automate disclosure requirements such as major shareholding (including 13D/G/F), short selling (EU SSR, HK, Japan, etc.), takeover panels, issuer limits, issuer requests (such as Section 793), industry limits, sensitive industries and more.
These are securities that must be reported on Form 13F. Institutional investment managers with over $100 million in qualifying assets. Companies required to file SEC Form 13F may include insurance companies, banks, pension funds, investment advisers and broker-dealers.
This form, which must be filed within 45 days of the end of each quarter, contains information about the investment manager and potentially a list of their recent investment holdings. The SEC publishes a list of these securities at the end of each calendar quarter. Section 13F securities are equity securities of a class described in Section 13(d)(1) of the Securities Exchange Act.