Our proprietary 13F software will import your information from nearly any file format and generate correctly formatted and validated XML data for submission. As always, our knowledgeable staff will help guide you through the filing process. We’ve helped many first-time filers navigate the SEC’s 13F regulations and fulfill their reporting requirements.
As an optional add-on feature, we can filter your list of securities (based on CUSIP numbers) to identify and highlight the following:
Upon receiving your initial list of holdings, we will run your file through the scrubbing process and provide an Excel file with color-coded results identifying the characteristics listed above.
After reviewing the results, you can remove or edit any of the highlighted securities, and return an updated holdings file to us.
We will repeat the scrubbing process until the desired results are achieved, at which point we will provide you a PDF proof of the complete 13F filing for submission approval.
On February 10, 2022, the SEC proposed amendments to certain rules that govern beneficial ownership reporting. The amendments include revising filing deadlines for initial and amended reports filed on Schedules 13D and 13G, clarifying and affirming rules as applied to two or more persons that form a group under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and requiring submissions to be in XML format.
On May 4, 2023, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission shared a draft version of the Open-End Fund (OEF) taxonomy and taxonomy guide to provide additional guidance on this aspect of the Tailored Shareholder Reports (TSR) rule.