IOSCO has published the public responses it has received to its August consultation on good practices for the termination of investment funds. IOSCO is consulting on a set of fifteen good practices for the voluntary termination of investment funds that take into account investors' interests during this process. IOSCO considers that the decision to terminate can have a significant impact on investors in terms of costs or their ability to redeem in a timely manner during the termination process. The fifteen good practices are categorised under the following headings: disclosure at time of investment, decision to terminate, decision to merge, during the termination process and specific types of investment funds. Respondents to the consultation include AIMA, Association of Investment Companies (AIC) and the European Fund and Asset Management Association.