- institutional investors
USAAlso known as institutional lenders.This refers to organizations whose primary purpose is to invest their own assets or those entrusted to them by others. Typical institutional investors are banks, employee pension funds, insurance companies and mutual funds.
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institutional investors — Large investors, such as mutual funds, pension funds, insurance companies, and others who largely invest other people s money … Black's law dictionary
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institutional investors — Organizations that invest, including insurance companies, depository institutions, pension funds, investment companies, mutual funds, and endowment funds. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * Financial institutions, such as pensions funds and… … Financial and business terms
institutional investors — institutions that invest large sums of money … English contemporary dictionary
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institutional lenders — USA Also known as institutional investors. This refers to organizations whose primary purpose is to invest their own assets or those entrusted to them by others. Typical institutional investors are banks, employee pension funds, insurance… … Law dictionary
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Investors Overseas Services — (IOS) war ein bedeutender Offshore Finanzkonzern in den 1960er Jahren, der mit Aktienfonds, Immobilien und Versicherungen handelte und um 1970 in weltweit aufsehenerregender Weise in Insolvenz ging. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Vorbemerkung 2 Die Anfänge … Deutsch Wikipedia
institutional investor — An organization that invests on a large scale in *securities, *bonds, and other assets. Institutional investors are often *pension funds or insurance companies and (owing to the size of their investments and the volume of transactions they can… … Auditor's dictionary