Form SLT Revised and First Form SLT Filing Date Delayed


The U.S. Department of the Treasury has published a revised version of, and has delayed the first required filing of, the monthly report to the Federal Reserve Bank relating to the aggregate holdings of long-term securities by U.S. and foreign residents (Form SLT). Investment advisers and/or private investment funds that exceed the $1 billion threshold described below must file their first Form SLT report no later than October 23.

Form SLT is designed to gather information on long-term U.S. securities held by foreign residents and long-term foreign securities held by U.S. residents. U.S.-resident issuers (including U.S. private funds) must report on Form SLT all securities they issue to foreign residents that are not held by U.S.-resident custodians (who have their own Form SLT reporting obligations), and U.S.-resident investors (including U.S. private funds) must report on Form SLT all of their investments in foreign securities that are not held by U.S.-resident custodians (who, again, have their own Form SLT reporting obligations). Investment advisers and managers should file one consolidated report of the holdings and issuances of all U.S.-resident parts of its own organization and of all U.S.-resident entities that they advise/manage. A Form SLT need not be filed unless the consolidated total of all reportable long-term U.S. and foreign securities equals or exceeds $1 billion.

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