SEC EDGAR Form 13F Self-Service Online Web Portal

13f.site implements an online self-service filing system where you simply upload an Excel file of your securities listings (if youre doing a Form 13F-HR Holdings Report or Combination Report). Theres no need to learn XML: our system does all the work of converting your information to the EDGAR-compliant XML format!

* Simple, do-it-yourself method of filing your 13F forms. Scrub your Form 13F Information Table listings to remove non-13F securities, and conform names and descriptions to the official list.

* Omit small positions (below-threshold securities)

* Easy upload of the 13F Information Table as an Excel file. Theres no need to learn XML.

If you would be interested in seeing an online demo of our system, give us a call. We will be happy to demonstrate our online filing tool.

What is Form 13F? Advisers: Do You Have a Form 13F Filing Obligation?

Form 13F is required reporting for institutional investment managers in order to increase public information regarding securities holdings. 13F instructions are included, and this portal prepares the 13F XML table online.

Who must file Form 13F?

Institutional investment managers who have discretion over $100M or more in designated 13F securities must file a form 13F.

What are designated 13F securities?

They are, for example, long positions of exchange-traded stocks and shares of closed-end investment companies. The list of 13F securities is available here.

A Manager may omit holdings otherwise reportable if the Manager holds, on the period end date, fewer than 10,000 shares (or less than $200,000 principal amount in the case of convertible debt securities) and less than $200,000 aggregate fair market value (and option holdings to purchase only such amounts). [Form 13F Instructions, Special Instruction 10].

What are the filing deadlines?

You have to file 45 days after the end of the 4th quarter for your first filing.

Form 13F Instructions

SEC Form 13F is a quarterly filing required by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). It is a disclosure form that institutional investment managers with assets under management (AUM) of at least $100 million must file to report their holdings of publicly traded securities.

13F Filing Requirements and Deadline

The instructions outline the specific information that must be provided for each security held. This includes the name of the issuer, class of securities, CUSIP number (if available), number of shares, and the total market value of each security.

Institutional investment managers must file Form 13F within 45 days after the end of each calendar quarter. The filing deadlines are as follows: February 15, May 15, August 15, and November 15.

13F Reporting Threshold

Threshold for Reporting: Investment managers are required to report their holdings of equity securities traded on U.S. exchanges and certain equity options. The instructions define the threshold for reporting as having at least $10 million in aggregate fair market value of such securities as of the end of the quarter.

SEC 13F Reporting Exemptions

The instructions provide details on certain exemptions and alternative reporting methods. For example, small managers with less than $500 million in AUM may choose to file a simplified report, known as Form 13F Notice.

Form 13F Amendments and Confidentiality

If there are any changes or corrections to the previously filed Form 13F, investment managers are required to file an amendment. The instructions provide information on the process and deadlines for submitting amendments.

The instructions clarify that the information filed on Form 13F is publicly available and can be accessed by anyone, including other investors and the general public. Investment managers must be aware of the potential impact of disclosing their positions.

SEC 13F list

An updated official list of Section 13F Securities is published by the SEC on a quarterly basis and is available at https://www.sec.gov/divisions/investment/13flists. To determine which securities to include in a 13F filing, you should follow the guidelines provided by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and consider the specific criteria outlined in the instructions for Form 13F.

13F Filing Portal

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SEC Form 13F - Self-file Portal
13f.site
a division of Advanced Computer Innovations, Inc. 70 Office Park Way • Pittsford, NY 14534-1746 (USA) Phone or Text: 585-310-1740 • Email: click here

How it works

This portal lets you easily create the 13F XML Information Table from your Excel or other spreadsheets, with EDGAR validation guaranteed. Just follow these simple steps: 1. No need to redo your holdings table spreadsheet(s). You only need the relevant columns to have the following heading labels (shown bold - case, spaces and punctuation are not significant): •   CUSIP - uniquely identifies each security •   Quantity or Amount - shares, or principal amount •   Value or MarketValue - market value (in dollars) •   Security or Name - name of the security 1 •   Type or Class or Title - type of security 1 •   FIGI - financial instrument global identifier 2 •   Ticker or Symbol - ticker symbol 3 •   ShPrn or PrnSh - shares (SH) or principal (PRN) 4 •   PutCall or CallPut - required only for options •   InvDiscretion or Discretion - sole/defined/other 5 •   ISole - sole investment discretion (shares) 5 •   IDefined - defined investment discretion (shares) 5 •   IOther - other investment discretion (shares) 5 •   OtherManagers or Managers - index numbers 6 •   VotingAuthority or Authority - sole/shared/none 7 •   VSole - sole voting authority (shares) 7 •   VShared - shared voting authority (shares) 7 •   VNone - no voting authority (shares) 7 Columns may be in any order. CUSIP, Quantity and Value are the only required columns. The other columns may be omitted if default values are appropriate. Extra columns having other labels are ignored. Click here to download a sample Excel file. 2. Remove extra rows from the table, leaving column headings in the first row followed by security entries and nothing else. 3. If you have tables in multiple files, do the above for each and combine into a .zip file. 4. In the SEC Form 13F Self-Service box, fill in or edit any fields as needed and click Show Free Preview and Cost. The scrubbed and aggregated information table will display in a couple of seconds, along with the exact cost to produce the XML file. 5. Examine and check the information table. Once satisfied with the results, fill in your credit/debit card details in the Secure Payment box and click Pay and Download XML Table. The XML table, ready for submission, will download to your computer in a couple of seconds. 6. Log in to the SEC filing website, fill in the 13F cover sheet, attach the 13F table and submit your filing. Done! Questions or need additional help? Email us, or call/text 585-310- 1740. ___________________________ 1 Security and Type columns are not required since the service gets these values from the SEC 13F list. If there, these columns are ignored unless the Use entries ‘as is’ checkbox is checked in the submission form. 2 As per SEC guidelines, FIGI is optional.. 3 The Ticker column is not required. If you have this column, the symbols are included in the proof for your reference. 4 If there is no ShPrn column. the Default Shares/Principal value from the submission form is used for the entire table. If you have this column but some cells in it are blank, the default value is used for those cells. 5 Your table should either have the InvDiscretion column (which specifies sole/defined/other discretion for all shares in a line item), or ISole, IDefined and IOther columns which specify the number of shares in each category. If none of these four columns exist, then the Default Investment Discretion value from the submission form applies to all shares in the entire table. If the InvDiscretion column exists but some cells in it are blank, the default value is used for those cells. If your table has ISole, IDefined and IOther columns, the service breaks out the shares into multiple rows to satisfy the SEC Information Table layout. 6 Index numbers in the OtherManagers column refer to correspondng numbers in the 13F cover sheet. If your table does not have this column, the Default Other Managers value from the submission form is used for the entire table. If you have this column but some cells in it are blank, the default value is used for those cells. The value may be blank if there are no other managers. 7 Your table should either have the VotingAuthority column (which specifies sole/shared/none authority for all shares in a line item), or VSole, VShared and VNone columns which specify the number of shares in each category. If none of these four columns exist, then the Default Voting Authority value from the submission form applies to all shares in the entire table. If the VotingAuthority column exists but some cells in it are blank, the default value is used for those cells. If your table does not have VSole, VShared and VNone columns, the service automatically creates them to satisfy the SEC Information Table layout.

Notes

You may upload Excel files saved as .xlsx, .xlsm or .csv. Older .xls format files must be saved as one of these types to use this service.

Excel files with Multiple Sheets (Tabs)

If 13-F data is in only one sheet (most common situation), make sure that sheet is showing and save the file. The platform will process only the visible sheet. If 13-F data is in several sheets (e.g., different accounts in separate sheets), do the following: o If any sheets do not contain 13-F data, change those sheet names to start with ! (e.g., !Sheet5). o Change the Excel file name to end with ! (e.g., 13F-data!.xlsx). The platform will then process securites in all sheets named without !, and it does not matter which sheet is visible.
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Default Investment Discretion:
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Include under-threshold securities 
Include Non-13F securities 
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This portal lets you easily create the 13F XML Information Table from your Excel or other spreadsheets, with EDGAR validation guaranteed. Just follow these simple steps: 1. No need to redo your holdings table spreadsheet(s). You only need the relevant columns to have the following heading labels (shown bold - case, spaces and punctuation are not significant): •   CUSIP - uniquely identifies each security •   Quantity or Amount - shares, or principal amount •   Value or MarketValue - market value (in dollars) •   Security or Name - name of the security 1 •   Type or Class or Title - type of security 1 •   FIGI - financial instrument global identifier 2 •   Ticker or Symbol - ticker symbol 3 •   ShPrn or PrnSh - shares (SH) or principal (PRN) 4 •   PutCall or CallPut - required only for options •   InvDiscretion or Discretion - sole/defined/other 5 •   ISole - sole investment discretion (shares) 5 •   IDefined - defined investment discretion (shares) 5 •   IOther - other investment discretion (shares) 5 •   OtherManagers or Managers - index numbers 6 •   VotingAuthority or Authority - sole/shared/none 7 •   VSole - sole voting authority (shares) 7 •   VShared - shared voting authority (shares) 7 •   VNone - no voting authority (shares) 7 Columns may be in any order. CUSIP, Quantity and Value are the only required columns. The other columns may be omitted if default values are appropriate. Extra columns having other labels are ignored. Click here to download a sample Excel file. 2. Remove extra rows from the table, leaving column headings in the first row followed by security entries and nothing else. 3. If you have tables in multiple files, do the above for each and combine into a .zip file. 4. In the SEC Form 13F Self-Service box, fill in or edit any fields as needed and click Show Free Preview and Cost. The scrubbed and aggregated information table will display in a couple of seconds, along with the exact cost to produce the XML file. 5. Examine and check the information table. Once satisfied with the results, fill in your credit/debit card details in the Secure Payment box and click Pay and Download XML Table. The XML table, ready for submission, will download to your computer in a couple of seconds. 6. Log in to the SEC filing website, fill in the 13F cover sheet, attach the 13F table and submit your filing. Done! Questions or need additional help? Email us, or call/text 585-310-1740. ___________________________ 1 Security and Type columns are not required since the service gets these values from the SEC 13F list. If there, these columns are ignored unless the Use entries ‘as is’ checkbox is checked in the submission form. 2 As per SEC guidelines, FIGI is optional.. 3 The Ticker column is not required. If you have this column, the symbols are included in the proof for your reference. 4 If there is no ShPrn column. the Default Shares/Principal value from the submission form is used for the entire table. If you have this column but some cells in it are blank, the default value is used for those cells. 5 Your table should either have the InvDiscretion column (which specifies sole/defined/other discretion for all shares in a line item), or ISole, IDefined and IOther columns which specify the number of shares in each category. If none of these four columns exist, then the Default Investment Discretion value from the submission form applies to all shares in the entire table. If the InvDiscretion column exists but some cells in it are blank, the default value is used for those cells. If your table has ISole, IDefined and IOther columns, the service breaks out the shares into multiple rows to satisfy the SEC Information Table layout. 6 Index numbers in the OtherManagers column refer to correspondng numbers in the 13F cover sheet. If your table does not have this column, the Default Other Managers value from the submission form is used for the entire table. If you have this column but some cells in it are blank, the default value is used for those cells. The value may be blank if there are no other managers. 7 Your table should either have the VotingAuthority column (which specifies sole/shared/none authority for all shares in a line item), or VSole, VShared and VNone columns which specify the number of shares in each category. If none of these four columns exist, then the Default Voting Authority value from the submission form applies to all shares in the entire table. If the VotingAuthority column exists but some cells in it are blank, the default value is used for those cells. If your table does not have VSole, VShared and VNone columns, the service automatically creates them to satisfy the SEC Information Table layout.

Notes

You may upload Excel files saved as .xlsx, .xlsm or .csv. Older .xls format files must be saved as one of these types to use this service.

Excel files with Multiple Sheets (Tabs)

If 13-F data is in only one sheet (most common situation), make sure that sheet is showing and save the file. The platform will process only the visible sheet. If 13-F data is in several sheets (e.g., different accounts in separate sheets), do the following: o If any sheets do not contain 13-F data, change those sheet names to start with ! (e.g., !Sheet5). o Change the Excel file name to end with ! (e.g., 13F-data!.xlsx). The platform will then process securites in all sheets named without !, and it does not matter which sheet is visible.
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SEC Form 13F - Self-file Portal
13f.site
a division of Advanced Computer Innovations, Inc. 70 Office Park Way • Pittsford, NY 14534-1746 (USA) Phone or Text: 585-310-1740 • Email: click here

How it works

This portal lets you easily create the 13F XML Information Table from your Excel or other spreadsheets, with EDGAR validation guaranteed. Just follow these simple steps: 1. No need to redo your holdings table spreadsheet(s). You only need the relevant columns to have the following heading labels (shown bold - case, spaces and punctuation are not significant): •   CUSIP - uniquely identifies each security •   Quantity or Amount - shares, or principal amount •   Value or MarketValue - market value (in dollars) •   Security or Name - name of the security 1 •   Type or Class or Title - type of security 1 •   FIGI - financial instrument global identifier 2 •   Ticker or Symbol - ticker symbol 3 •   ShPrn or PrnSh - shares (SH) or principal (PRN) 4 •   PutCall or CallPut - required only for options •   InvDiscretion or Discretion - sole/defined/other 5 •   ISole - sole investment discretion (shares) 5 •   IDefined - defined investment discretion (shares) 5 •   IOther - other investment discretion (shares) 5 •   OtherManagers or Managers - index numbers 6 •   VotingAuthority or Authority - sole/shared/none 7 •   VSole - sole voting authority (shares) 7 •   VShared - shared voting authority (shares) 7 •   VNone - no voting authority (shares) 7 Columns may be in any order. CUSIP, Quantity and Value are the only required columns. The other columns may be omitted if default values are appropriate. Extra columns having other labels are ignored. Click here to download a sample Excel file. 2. Remove extra rows from the table, leaving column headings in the first row followed by security entries and nothing else. 3. If you have tables in multiple files, do the above for each and combine into a .zip file. 4. In the SEC Form 13F Self-Service box, fill in or edit any fields as needed and click Show Free Preview and Cost. The scrubbed and aggregated information table will display in a couple of seconds, along with the exact cost to produce the XML file. 5. Examine and check the information table. Once satisfied with the results, fill in your credit/debit card details in the Secure Payment box and click Pay and Download XML Table. The XML table, ready for submission, will download to your computer in a couple of seconds. 6. Log in to the SEC filing website, fill in the 13F cover sheet, attach the 13F table and submit your filing. Done! Questions or need additional help? Email us, or call/text 585-310-1740. ___________________________ 1 Security and Type columns are not required since the service gets these values from the SEC 13F list. If there, these columns are ignored unless the Use entries ‘as is’ checkbox is checked in the submission form. 2 As per SEC guidelines, FIGI is optional.. 3 The Ticker column is not required. If you have this column, the symbols are included in the proof for your reference. 4 If there is no ShPrn column. the Default Shares/Principal value from the submission form is used for the entire table. If you have this column but some cells in it are blank, the default value is used for those cells. 5 Your table should either have the InvDiscretion column (which specifies sole/defined/other discretion for all shares in a line item), or ISole, IDefined and IOther columns which specify the number of shares in each category. If none of these four columns exist, then the Default Investment Discretion value from the submission form applies to all shares in the entire table. If the InvDiscretion column exists but some cells in it are blank, the default value is used for those cells. If your table has ISole, IDefined and IOther columns, the service breaks out the shares into multiple rows to satisfy the SEC Information Table layout. 6 Index numbers in the OtherManagers column refer to correspondng numbers in the 13F cover sheet. If your table does not have this column, the Default Other Managers value from the submission form is used for the entire table. If you have this column but some cells in it are blank, the default value is used for those cells. The value may be blank if there are no other managers. 7 Your table should either have the VotingAuthority column (which specifies sole/shared/none authority for all shares in a line item), or VSole, VShared and VNone columns which specify the number of shares in each category. If none of these four columns exist, then the Default Voting Authority value from the submission form applies to all shares in the entire table. If the VotingAuthority column exists but some cells in it are blank, the default value is used for those cells. If your table does not have VSole, VShared and VNone columns, the service automatically creates them to satisfy the SEC Information Table layout.

Notes

You may upload Excel files saved as .xlsx, .xlsm or .csv. Older .xls format files must be saved as one of these types to use this service.

Excel files with Multiple Sheets (Tabs)

If 13-F data is in only one sheet (most common situation), make sure that sheet is showing and save the file. The platform will process only the visible sheet. If 13-F data is in several sheets (e.g., different accounts in separate sheets), do the following: o If any sheets do not contain 13-F data, change those sheet names to start with ! (e.g., !Sheet5). o Change the Excel file name to end with ! (e.g., 13F-data!.xlsx). The platform will then process securites in all sheets named without !, and it does not matter which sheet is visible.
Copyright © Advanced Computer Innovations, Inc., 2024 Last updated 2024-05-28 EDGAR® and SEC® are trademarks of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Advanced Computer Innovations, Inc.’s products and services are not affiliated with or approved by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

SEC Form 13-F Self-service

* indicates required field(s)

* Period:

* Source Table(s) (.xlsx, .xlsm, .csv or .zip file):

Options:
Default Investment Discretion:
Default Voting Authority:
Default Shares/Principal:
Default Other Managers:
Include under-threshold securities 
Include Non-13F securities 
Use entries 'as is'(do not scrub against SEC list) 

What is ? (help us frustrate spam bots)

Secure Payment

* Name:

* Address Line 1:

Address Line 2:

* City, State:
 

* Zip, Country:
 

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Phone number:
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   Exp:    CVC: 

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