The CCIV Corporate Director Video. The Corporate Director’s role in Australia’s new CCIV framework is central to the new legislation. There are many aspects to the role. I have set out 25 comments about this role in this YouTube video. Watching it you will get a good overview of the role, and its responsibilities.
This is a 5 minute video overview of the new Australian Investment Vehicle called a CCIV. From July 1 2022 Australia gained a new investment structure exists. Your own Investment Company! A CCIV new entity type is limited by shares. A CCIV is a single legal entity and must have at least one sub-fund. Sub-funds […]
The Corporate Director of a CCIV is a new role. The Corporate Director is a public company with an AFSL, authorised to operate a CCIV, while primarily responsible for the new CCIVs obligations, it can appoint an Investment Manager The Corporate Collective Investment Vehicle Framework and Other Measures Act 2021 (the CCIV Act) inserts a […]
Lets take a look at the Benefits of CCIVs, the new entity released recently in Australia. This new framework for the regulation of financial services provided by the CCIV and its corporate director, encompasses many licensing and disclosure requirements. Looking at the following benefits you can gain a good picture as to why it came […]
CCIVs and AFSLs. Corporate Collective Investment Vehicles & Australian Financial Services Licenses What are the AFSL requirements for operating a CCIV? Financial services may be provided by the corporate director or the CCIV itself (being a legal entity). A Corporate Director will be required to hold an AFSL. This combination authorises the Corporate Director to […]
Let’s look at the ABCs of New CCIVs. By ABC we mean what are the basics. In a couple of minutes, this overview will give you a good understanding of what the new CCIV structure is about. A CCIV is a new type of company limited by shares. The CCIV will be a single legal […]
How did CCIVs get here? It’s a two-decade journey! The UK has had the umbrella structure for 10 years now is the time for Australia to get a similar structure. For the United Kingdom, like Australia, at that time “unit trusts” were the accepted investment vehicles. The UK government were requested to introduce a corporate […]