(1) In addition to the requirements of this Part, an investment fund that is a scholarship plan must disclose, as of the end of its most recently completed financial year, a separate statement or schedule to the financial statements that provides
(a) a summary of education savings plans and units outstanding by year of eligibility, including
(i) disclosure of the number of units by year of eligibility for the opening units, units purchased, units forfeited and the ending units,
(ii) disclosure of the principal amounts and the accumulated income per year of eligibility, and their total balances, and
(iii) a reconciliation of the total balances of the principal amounts and the accumulated income in the statement or schedule to the statement of financial position of the scholarship plan;
(b) the total number of units outstanding; and
(c) a statement of scholarship awards paid to beneficiaries, and a reconciliation of the amount of scholarship awards paid with the statement of comprehensive income.
(2) Despite sections 3.1 and 3.2, an investment fund that is a scholarship plan may omit the “total equity per security or net assets attributable to securityholders per security” and “increase or decrease in total equity from operations per security, or in net assets attributable to securityholders from operations, excluding distributions, per security” line items from its financial statements.