This notice is to make the general public aware that Comino Umbrella Fund SICAV plc (the “Scheme”) requested the Malta Financial Services Authority (“MFSA”) to accept the surrender of the collective investment scheme licence granted to the Scheme in relation to its sub-fund – The Takada Absolute Return Fixed Income Fund. The MFSA has accepted the Scheme’s request. This surrender is entirely voluntary and does not arise as a result of any regulatory action taken by the MFSA. Accordingly, with effect from 13 July 2020, the Scheme ceased to be licensed by the MFSA.
Regulator Name: Malta Financial Services Authority
Email: [email protected]
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