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CIR/MRD/DP/31/2014 November 12, 2014 

The Depositories, 
Asset Management Companies, 
Mutual Fund RTAs. 

Dear Sir, 

Subject: Consolidated Account Statement (CAS) for all securities assets 

1. Pursuant to the Interim Budget announcement in 2014 to create one record for all  financial assets of every individual, SEBI had extensive deliberations with the Depositories, AMFI and RTAs of Mutual Funds (MF-RTAs) to implement it with respect to financial assets of securities market. 

2. As a first step in this direction, it has been decided to enable a single  consolidated view of all the investments of an investor in Mutual Funds (MF) and securities held in demat form with the Depositories. 

3. The Depositories and the Asset Management Companies (AMCs)/ MF-RTAs  shall put in place systems to facilitate generation and dispatch of single Consolidated Account Statements (CAS) for investors having MF investments and holding demat accounts. AMCs/ RTAs shall share the requisite information with the Depositories on monthly basis to enable generation of CAS. 

4. Consolidation of account statement shall be done on the basis of PAN. In case of multiple holding, it shall be PAN of the first holder and pattern of holding. Based on the PANs provided by the AMCs/MF-RTAs, the Depositories shall match their PAN database to determine the common PANs and allocate the PANs among themselves for the purpose of sending CAS. For PANs which are common between depositories and AMCs, the Depositories shall send the CAS. In other cases (i.e. PANs with no demat account and only MF units holding), the AMCs/ MF-RTAs shall continue to send the CAS to their unit holders as is being done presently in compliance with the Regulation 36(4) of the SEBI (Mutual Funds) Regulations. 

To know more in details, find the enclosed attachment

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