Enter Significant Financial Interest

This page displays when you click the Add new SFI link on the Disclose Significant Financial Interests page, or the entity name of an existing SFI to edit.

When adding new SFI, complete each of the sections on the page to provide all of the necessary details about your disclosure.

Significant Financial Interest (SFI)

Any of the following Financial Interests related to the Investigator's Institutional Responsibilities:

  • For Publicly Traded Entities:

SFI exists if the value of any Compensation received during the twelve months preceding the date of disclosure and/or reasonably anticipated to be received in the twelve months following the date of disclosure, and the value of any Equity interest in the entity as of the date of disclosure, when aggregated, exceeds $5,000.

  • For Non-Publicly Traded (Private) Entities:

SFI exists if any Equity is held, or if the value of any Compensation received from the entity in the twelve months preceding the date of disclosure and/or reasonably anticipated to be received in the twelve months following the date of disclosure, when aggregated, exceeds $5,000.

For more information, see SFI Disclosures by Investigators in GIM 10.

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