Form PF Reporting Requirement for Private Funds

Overview

Investment advisers that manage private fund assets of at least $150 million are required to report, on Form PF, information as the funds, the value of their assets under management, fund performance, and use of leverage. The amount of detail required, as well as the frequency of reporting (e.g., quarterly rather than annually) depends on the amount of assets managed by the adviser, with larger advisers being subject so somewhat more stringent requirements.

For a full discussion of these reporting requirements see the Guide to Hedge Fund Regulation, Subchapter on Form PF.

Commodity pool operators and commodity trading advisors subject to regulation by the CFTC are subject to a comparable requirement under the CFTC's rules: see the topic page on Form PQR and Form PR.

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