Key Investor Information Documents (KIIDs) – It’s that time of year again.

The deadline as set out by the rules of UCITS is Tuesday, 19th February.

FundsLibrary offers a simple & effective way to manage and release your KIIDs and PRIIP KIIDs to the marketplace.

We are dedicated to help relieve the regulatory burden and to assist with that, our new portal is now available. With the ability to scan the document and match it with the correct ISIN, you no longer need to categorise the KIID or KID. The portal will also monitor the ISIN, date and length of the document, automatically detecting any discrepancy.

Our portal also offers multiple ways to upload and distribute the document. These include via a REST feed, individual or bulk PDF files or through individual or bulk URLs. The system will scan and store these URLs multiple times each day to check if a new document has been uploaded. Once this is done the new document will be released automatically, removing the need for a separate upload. The system is fully integrated so any updates to your documents are immediately reflected on all supported platforms. Confirmation of the successful release of any new document is sent via an automated email. In this way, you are able to closely monitor all documents and can be assured that your clients are receiving the most recent and correct data.

If you would like to extend your distribution points, please let us know and we will work to add them to our extensive distribution network.

If you are already a FundsLibrary client please log in to the portal in order to upload your new KIID/KID documents.

If you would like further information about our document distribution solution please call +44 117 980 9994 or email our Data team here. 

We look forward to helping you with your regulatory requirements.

 

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