FCA NSM Submission Portalsm

Since February 2011, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has required all uploaders of documents register with the Issuer Upload Facility website and subsequently be authorised by the issuer company in order for them to place documents on the NSM.

In the first phase of the authorisation requirement, a domain name check was automatically undertaken to clarify that the email being registered was the same as the website of the issuer. If this is not the case, the person attempting to register needs to provide Morningstar with an authorisation letter from the issuer.

From 9 May 2011, all those wanting to place documents to the NSM (along with those already passed the domain name check) will be required to provide an authorisation letter to ensure that only fully authorised persons are able to upload documents. Authorisation letters can include details of multiple email address to be authorised as required.

In order to facilitate timely reporting when issuers need to change their uploaders, a new section will be added to the Issuer Upload Facility in May 2011. This new section will allow each issuer to appoint one or more 'Super Users' who can administer multiple accounts on behalf of the issuer. Super User will have access to an Account Management screen where they will be able to review, activate and disable user accounts for which they are responsible. For a step-by-step guide to using the Issuer Upload Facility, please download the Help file here: NSMHelp.pdf.

If you have any questions please contact us at uk.nsm@morningstar.com. Thank you.



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