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FEES 4 Annex 4 19101615161819202124Periodic fees in relation to collective investment schemes, AIFs marketed in the UK, small registered UK AIFMs and money market funds payable for the period 1 April 202125 to 31 March 202225

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1Part 1 - Periodic fees payable

Scheme type

Basic fee (£)

Total funds/sub-funds aggregate

Fund factor

Fee (£)

ICVC18,

AUT18,

ACS18,

LTIFs22,

Money market funds with effect from 21 July 201821

22

111716161215121616

350.00259

23242019181624689151516

1-2

3-6

7-15

16-50

>50

1

2.5

5

11

22

350.0025

875.0025

1,750.0025

3,850.0025

7,700.00259999

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non-UK AIFs22 recognised under section 272 of the Act18

121215

1,425.0025

23242019247891015161618

1-2

3-6

7-15

16-50

>50

1

2.5

5

11

22

1,425.0025

3,562.5025

7,125.0025

15,675.0025

31,350.0025

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Fees are charged according to the number of funds or sub-funds 5operated by a firm as at 31 March preceding the relevant fee year14.83 Where a new collective investment scheme becomes authorised during a fee year14, fees are charged according to the number of funds or sub-funds 5operated by a firm as at the date of authorisation. Where more than one fund or sub-fund 5is operated,5 the number of funds (not including the umbrella 5or parent fund) produces a 'fund factor' in accordance with the table above,5 which is then applied to a basic fee to produce one total fee per operator 5. Fund factors are applied per operator 5rather than per scheme 5so that the fees relate to the number of funds rather than the number of schemes5. This means that, for example, an authorised fund manager5 of three schemes 5pays the same as an operator 5or authorised fund manager 5of one scheme 5with three sub-funds 5(as only the sub-funds 5are counted).

Schemes5 set up under section 264 of the Act are charged according to the number of funds or sub-funds 5which a firm is operating and marketing into the UK as at 31 March immediately before the start of the period to which the fee applies. For example, for 2010/117fees a reference to 31 March means 31 March 2010.7

Part 2 - Periodic fees for AIFs marketed in the UK, following a notification to the FCA under regulation 57, 58 or 59 of the AIFMD UK regulation13

52358914145555555555555555373

13Kind of notification

Fee per AIF (£)

Notification under regulation 57 of the AIFMD UK regulation

34425

1918202324

Notification under regulation 58 of the AIFMD UK regulation

24025

1918202324

Notification under regulation 59 of the AIFMD UK regulation

34425

1918202324

Part 3 - Periodic fees paid by small registered UK AIFMs13

13The annual fee for small registered UK AIFMs is £67625

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