exemptive

exemptive

(ɪɡˈzɛmptɪv)
adj
(Law) tending to bring about exemption; providing exemption, esp in law
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American Century Investments, a global asset management firm, has announced it has filed for exemptive relief for actively managed, semi-transparent exchange-traded funds (ETFs) using Precidian Investment's ActiveShare methodology, the company said.
SMC seeks exemptive relief on Holcim bid !-- -- Iris Gonzales (The Philippine Star) - May 20, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines San Miguel Corp., the diversified conglomerate that won the bid for Holcim Philippines, has asked the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for exemptive relief.
In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange on Friday, SMC said it had filed an application for exemptive relief with the SEC relating to the conduct of the mandatory tender offer on Holcim Philippines shares by First Stronghold Cement Industries Inc.
In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange, SMC Chief Finance Officer Ferdinand Constantino said the firm has filed an application for exemptive relief with the SEC relating to the conduct of the mandatory tender offer.
Apollo Investment's shift into first lien positions is expected to be supported by its exemptive order relief with affiliate MidCap Financial (MidCap), a platform Apollo Management acquired in 2013 and that has been in operation since 2008.
Given the lack of exemptive relief, fiduciary advisers may find it challenging to comply with the prohibited transaction provisions when engaging in principal transactions.
In January this year, state-owned LandBank said it has started its own due diligence audit of the PDSHC, after meeting with the Securities and Exchange Commission to discuss the procedure for applying for a petition for exemptive relief with the regulatory body.
On March 23, 2018, the Ontario Securities Commission issued an order granting Xenon exemptive relief from the requirements related to issuer bids under applicable Canadian securities laws in connection with the transfer and assignment to Xenon by Teva Canada Limited of the common shares that have been cancelled by Xenon.
The Treasury also recommends that the SEC move forward with a "plain vanilla" ETF rule "that allows entrants to access the market without the cost and delay of obtaining exemptive relief orders, subject to conditions the SEC determines appropriate and in the public interest."
In the FAQ, the DOL states that, during that period, the only requirement for exemptive relief under the BIC is compliance with the impartial conduct standards.
By shifting its regulatory focus toward other areas under the Trump administration, the SEC may not issue an ETF rule in the near or intermediate term, which would continue an environment where different ETF sponsors maintain different capabilities according to the type of exemptive relief that they possess.