The requirements for registration of a company as a CCIV are as follows:
(a) the company is a company limited by shares;
(b) the company has a constitution;
(c) the sole proposed director of the company is a public company that holds an Australian financial services licence authorising it to operate the business and conduct the affairs of a CCIV;
(d) the company will, upon registration, have at least one sub-fund;
(e) each sub-fund of the company will, upon registration, have at least one member;
(f) a notice under subsection 1222A(4) (about whether a CCIV is to be a retail CCIV or a wholesale CCIV) has been lodged with the application;
(g) if the company will, on registration, be a retail CCIV--the company has a compliance plan.
Note: CCIV is short for corporate collective investment vehicle, which is a type of company that can be registered under this Act: see section 112.