All documents appearing on the Disclose Register need to be accepted by us. We may accept, request more information or reject the document so it's important you follow this guide.
Who can upload scheme documents
To upload scheme documents you must:
- have a RealMe® login
- be a registered user of your organisation's online services account
- have authority to act.
Before you send us your documents
Review your documents before providing them to us and make sure:
- your document pages are legible and page numbers are consistent
- you're only including the information that's required.
The file name you give to a document will be displayed on the register so consider document file names in the context of an investor. The name should ideally reflect the type of document it is, and the provider and offer it is associated with, and be easy to understand.
Once your documents have been accepted by us, they're publicly available on the Disclose Register.
Document format requirements
- The maximum file size for all documents is 20MB per document.
- Where possible, make sure documents are word searchable.
- Make sure you upload final versions, not drafts, of your documents.
- If you've submitted a maintenance task that requires our acceptance, wait for our acceptance before completing another maintenance task. You can make multiple changes in 1 maintenance task.
The Financial Markets Conduct Regulations 2014 specify page and word limits, and formats for some documents.
More 'Managed investment schemes' guides:
- Find out what information and documents you need to provide when registering a scheme.
- Some online transactions, such as registering a scheme, have a fee attached.
- Find out how to update scheme details and documents.
- Find out when you need to file an annual report for a scheme.
- Find out when you need to file financial statements for a scheme.
- What happens if the FMA cancel's a scheme's registration.
- These guides may assist you to complete your online application to register a scheme.