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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One of the main functions of the investment policy is to determine how much risk the organization is willing to bear.
The council adopts an investment policy each year that guides the staff in decision-making and adheres to new state and federal laws, said Stark.
com/research/6433256b/oecd_investment_po) has announced the addition of OECD Publishing's new report "OECD Investment Policy Reviews: Zambia 2012" to their offering.
seeking approval for a change to its Investment Policy.
Review the City s investment policy and internal control procedures and make recommendations that are necessary.
Fund") (NYSE: ACG) announced today that its Board of Directors ("Board") unanimously approved a proposal to eliminate the Fund's fundamental investment policy requiring the Fund to invest, under normal circumstances, at least 65% of its total assets in obligations issued or guaranteed by the U.
Good financial services can help colleges educate their boards, update investment policy, run the endowment, run the treasury, reduce fraud, and handle administrative functions.
Most pools of capital managed by committees are subject to an oversight document or investment policy.
Developing an investment policy is the first step in the AIP--and it's provided free of charge.
Clearly the challenge for policy-makers is how we will grow and how an investment policy can bolster the state's long-term economic strength.