Investment Company Institute


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Investment Company Institute (ICI)

A national industry group of investment companies, including mutual funds, founded in 1940.

Investment Company Institute

An association for mutual funds in the United States. Membership is limited to open-end investment companies, closed-end investment companies, unit investment trusts, exchange-traded funds, and individuals associated with them. Its goals are to establish and enforce ethical practices among members, to lobby policymakers on behalf of the industry, and to educate the public about mutual funds and other investment companies. It was established in 1940.

Investment Company Institute (ICI)

A national association for mutual funds, closed-end investment companies, and unit investment trusts. ICI, established in 1940, collects and publishes industry data, represents its members in matters of regulation and taxation, and promotes the interests of the industry and its shareholders.

Investment Company Institute (ICI).

The Investment Company Institute is an association of US mutual fund companies.

ICI membership is open to all US open- and closed-end investment companies, as well as their investment advisers and underwriters. Each year, ICI publishes the Fact Book, a comprehensive review of the mutual fund industry.

ICI's goals are to maintain ethical standards in the fund industry, advance the interests of funds and their shareholders, and educate the public about mutual funds and other investment companies.

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CONTACT: John Collins, +1-202-326-5864, or Chris Wloszczyna, +1-202-326-5889, both of the Investment Company Institute
The Investment Company Institute is the national association of the investment company industry, including unit investment trusts, mutual funds, and closed-end funds.

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