Yes, you do. The change in naming does not change the fact that our codes are the industry standard to identify products and, importantly, the relationships and roles of participants related to a product. Examples include a Responsible Entity, Trustee, and Administrator. Without an APIR Code, the industry cannot unambiguously identify the association between your business and/or role and your products. This is essential in research, transactions, reporting, and distribution.
Questions in this section
- What is an APIR Code?
- Who or what can get an APIR Code?
- What design considerations were used to develop APIR Codes?
- What is a Product APIR Code?
- What does a Product APIR Code look like?
- What type of products can have an APIR Code?
- Why should we get an APIR Code for our product?
- What is a Participant APIR Code?
- What does a Participant APIR Code look like?
- Who can get a Participant APIR Code?