Investment policy

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Investment policy

Statement of objectives and constraints for an individual's or organization's approach.

Investment Policy

A form outlining the investment philosophy of an investment company, investment advisor, or some other institution that invests on behalf of clients.
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According to him, the concept of public investment policies is a tool for transition to a new level of economic development of the country by identifying areas for further expansion of the private sector and improvement of the investment climate in order to implement the provisions of the National Development Strategy and the Poverty Reduction Strategy.
In response to the criticism, Sudan's vice-president Taha admitted the absence of investment policies in his country, adding that his government was determined to review the investment law as well as other laws related to it, including the lands law which he said the government already began to review in demonstration of its seriousness in attracting investors.
The Working Group 1 meeting of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, OECD on Monday got underway in Amman to discuss investment policies and promotion.
Cash-management and investment policies have come under the microscope.
GAO reviewed PBGC's procedures for developing and implementing its investment policies, and examined PBGC's most recent investment policy.
This article calls attention to a difficulty with insurers' investment policies that seems to have been overlooked so far.
Some of this education includes helping them draft investment policies and spending rules, where an outside perspective can help an institution update its practices.
That's largely because many of those that had cash to invest had investment policies that kept their investments sufficiently diverse or in safer investments.
By visiting this site, consumers can obtain the addresses of barbers whose conservative investment policies have enabled them to hold their prices down.
As a result, the state legislature passed a law, modeled on Orange County, Florida, regulations, requiring written investment policies and public annual reports.