Development Services Agency - General Provisions - Annual reporting.

Published: 2016-12-24

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(A) The state allocatee shall submit an annual report to the director, which shall include a complete copy of any report submitted by the state allocatee to the community development financial institutions fund (or any successor fund or agency administering the federal new markets tax credit program) for the corresponding reporting period, together with an Ohio annual report supplement. The state allocatee shall submit its annual report no later than one hundred eighty days following the end of the CDE's fiscal year each year beginning the year after the allocation date and continuing through the year following the expiration of the last credit allowance period for any qualified equity investment designated by the state allocatee based on the credit allocation made in the allocation agreement.

(B) The Ohio annual report supplement shall be in the form required by the director. Among other information that may be required by the director, the state allocatee shall report for each qualified equity investment the purchase price for the equity investment, the adjusted purchase price for the equity investment, the first credit allowance date, all NMTC claimants (including name, address, and federal employer identification number for each NMTC claimant) whether or not the NMTC claimant is then a holder of the qualified equity investments, the amount of the adjusted purchase price attributable to each NMTC claimant, the status of each NMTC claimant as the original holder or a transferee of the qualified equity investment, and the effective date of each transfer of the qualified equity investment.

(C) The director may also require the state allocatee to report from time to time such information about its qualified low-income community investments as may be necessary or useful for the director to evaluate the new markets tax credits program.

(D) Each report and notice required by this rule shall contain a certification signed by an authorized representative of the state allocatee that the information reported is true, correct, and complete.