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Declaration of Self Certification For Mutual Fund Distributors For FY 2013-14

As you all are aware, Distributors are required to submit the Annual Self Certification for the financial year ending 31st Mar 2014 to CAMS at the earliest.

Kindly make note of the following points to ensure that the self certification form submitted by you is in order and the same will not be rejected.

Please use the attach appropriate form prescribed by AMFI (based on the category you belong) and ensure all details are filled(including your ARN code) and the same should be signed.

In the case of corporate entity, the signature should be appended by the Authorized signatory/ ies. 

The Financial year to be mentioned is 2013-14 and the certification is for the financial year ended 31st March 2014. 

Please note that the self certification is to submitted to CAMS and you need not submit multiple forms with other RTA's/AMC's (To Avoid Duplication).

Yes now cams accepts forms for all mutual fund houses.

Kindly arrange to submit the duly filled forms at the earliest to avoid any delay in processing the request and consequential payment of brokerage.

Your Name
AMFI Registered Mutual Fund Advisor




Dear Sirs, 
The Registrar and Transfer Agent of Mutual Funds
(Please tick as applicable)

CAMS     Franklin Templeton  

        Karvy CPL             Deutsche ISPL

Escorts     Sundaram BNP Paribas FSL     

Sub: Declaration of Self-Certification (DSC): Period / Financial Year 2013-14

"This is to certify that, in the course of my/our business in the distribution of mutual fund products during the period / financial year ended March 31, 2014. I/we have adhered to the Code of Conduct contained in SEBI circular no. SEBI/IMD/CIR No. 8/174648/2009 dated August 27, 2009  and to the requirements as prescribed in SEBI’s circular no. MFD/CIR/20/23230/2002 dated November 28, 2002 and the AMFI circular no. CIR/ARN-09/08-09 dated July 18, 2008 has been adhered to.”

In compliance with SEBI Circular no. SEBI/ IMD/CIR/No.4/168230/09 dated June 30, 2009,  I/ we have disclosed to investors all the commissions (in the form of trail commission or any other mode) payable to me /us for the different competing schemes of various mutual funds from amongst which the scheme was recommended to our investors.

I/ We also certify that I/ we have complied with the Know Your Distributor (KYD) requirements as per AMFI Guidelines.

I/ We further certify that I/ we  have adhered to the SEBI and AMFI Guidelines issued from time to time.

Kindly update this DSC on your records and with all the Fund Houses where we are empanelled. 

Kind Regards

(Authorised Signatory)

* Information is desirable for all  important communication o be disseminated efficiently

All Indian currency notes issued before 2005 will be completely withdrawn from circulation by 31st March 2014.

If your currency notes don’t have a year printed on them, you should get them changed as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has announced its plans to withdraw all currency noted issued before 2005.

How to identify Pre 2005 currency notes

The notes printed after 2005 has the year of printing clearly printed in the middle of the bottom row on the backside.

All the notes printed before the year 2005 do not have the year of printing marked on it.

If your bank note has no year of printing on the back, it means the note is printed before 2005 and needs to be exchanged with the bank as per the RBI deadline.

Which currency notes are acceptable

All currency notes printed post 2005 have the year of printing clearly printed in the middle of the bottom row on the backside of the note.

How to Exchange Old Currency Notes

If you have identified your currency notes is printed before 2005, first thing don't panic as per the RBI, all old notes would continue to be completely legal and can be exchanged at any bank after April 1, 2014.

Which currency notes denominations will be withdrawn

At present, currency notes in denominations of Rs 5, Rs 10, Rs 20, Rs 50, Rs 100, Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 are issued. The Withdrawal rule is applicable for all currency notes.

How it works
1. Till 31st march 2014, all currency notes are  acceptable

2. After 31st March 2014, you will be required to approach banks for the exchange of these notes as will completely withdraw from circulation all bank notes issued prior to 2005.

3. These exchange counters will become operation from 1st April 2014. If you have a large amount of old currency notes with you, you may want to exchange them, before 30th June 2014.

4. From July 1, 2014, All exchanges done before 30th June would be unconditional as to exchange more than 10 pieces of Rs.500 and Rs.1,000 notes, non-customers will have to furnish proof of identity and residence to the bank branch in which she/he wants to exchange the notes.


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