What is Form 13F? Going Public Attorneys
Institutional Investment Managers that exercise investment discretion of $100 million or more in Section 13(f) securities holdings, which include holdings in exchange-traded securities, shares of closed–end investment companies and certain convertible debt securities, must publicly disclose their holdings on Form 13F each quarter.
An “Institutional Investment Manager” is an entity that either invests in, or buys and sells, securities for its own account. As such, banks, insurance companies, and broker/dealers, corporations and pension funds that manage their own investment portfolios are subject to the rule if they invest in, or buy and sell securities for their own account.
Form 13F must be filed within 45 days after the end of each calendar quarter.
Among other items, Form 13F filings must disclose:
- The issuer name of all Section 13(f) securities holdings;
- A description of the class of security listed;
- The amount of securities owned, and;
- The fair market value of the securities, as of the end of the calendar quarter.
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