Exemption certificates are intended to reduce regulatory burden for foreign persons (including foreign government investors) by enabling them to obtain up-front approval for a program of lower-risk investments over a period of time, rather than having to apply for a no objection notification for each proposed investment.
Within this guidance note you will find further information on exemption certificates and the topics below:
- When may an exemption certificate be applicable?
- Effect of an exemption certificate
- Types of exemption certificates
- How will applications be assessed?
- What information needs to be provided?
- Timeframe and process
- Conditions and compliance