publicly traded fund

publicly traded fund

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In November of last year, three top executives of KCAP Financial, a New York-based publicly traded fund being regulated as a business development company, were charged by the SEC with overstating the fund's assets during the financial crisis.
Canada's ACE Aviation Holdings Inc (ACE) has agreed to sell a 70% interest in its wholly owned maintenance, repair and overhaul subsidiary, ACTS LP, to a consortium consisting of Sageview Capital LLC and KKR Private Equity Investors LP (Euronext Amsterdam: KPE), the publicly traded fund of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.
Participants in the funding were current investors in Lux Biosciences, HBM Bioventures, Novo A/S, Prospect Venture Partners and SV Life Sciences (SVLS), as well as SVLS' publicly traded fund, International Biotechnology Trust plc.
market for publicly traded funds "may be one of the largest remaining untapped pools of assets available for hedge fund managers to consider globally, as a report published in 2013 by Citi put it.
You can invest in multiple MLPs through publicly traded funds, for diversification as well as for simplified tax reporting.
Coverage includes all aspects of that industry, including retail mutual funds, institutional and pension funds, variable annuities, and publicly traded funds.
1 Lipper, based on a worldwide analysis of all of the known providers of publicly traded funds in these categories.
3 billion in credit assets under management as of June 30, 2009 through various private and publicly traded funds and separately managed accounts.
KKR has more than $35 billion in private equity assets under management and more than $12 billion in credit assets under management as of March 31, 2009 through various private and publicly traded funds and separately managed accounts.