Collective Fund

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Collective Fund

1. A fund that has a set number of shares, which are then traded. Due to the finite number of shares, the fund's value rises and falls according to supply and demand. See also: open-ended fund.

2. A fund that has special permission from the IRS to include tax-exempt or tax-deferred investments such as IRAs or pensions in its portfolio in order to diversify.
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Reliance Trust Company of Delaware serves as trustee and sponsor of the collective funds and is responsible for the establishment and on-going operation of the Liability-Based Funds.
A further four sub-sectors will be active as of Monday: public bonds with 41 listings, private bonds with nine, collective funds with 14 and 'special category' where 17 stocks will remain for six months until they meet the basic regulations for free float and reporting.
We have all been saving into the collective funds for a rainy day - and that isn't just limited to rivers down south flooding.
Businesses in both areas agreed to pay a small levy, so that the collective funds can be used to deliver improvements to promote and support the area and contribute to their regeneration.
administrative services to investment trusts and other collective funds.
Importantly, collective funds are managed by professional fund managers, but tread carefully.
Dubai Changes to the collective funds regime introduced by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) will attract more funds to domicile in the jurisdiction of the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), said speakers at a forum on New Funds Regime.
The new product works alongside the EIA so that if an investor's status changes through an increase in net worth or income, from non-accredited to accredited, as defined by MAS, the account may be amended to enable access to collective funds in addition to those approved by MAS.
Some investment managers may place all or some of your money in collective funds, which are managed in line with a range of common investment strategies such as "growth", "income" or "balanced".
The magazine monitors the performance of unit trusts - the most popular way for small savers to invest in shares by pooling their money in collective funds.
Milliman USA, an actuarial and consulting firm, said that in all last year, 50 of America's largest companies declared pounds 6bn of pension income, despite their collective funds losing pounds 24bn because of falling stock markets.
Mutual funds and bank collective funds (like mutual funds, but offered only to qualified pension funds) which invest in foreign markets are another straightforward way to invest internationally.
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