Griffin Institutional Access Real Estate Fund
... enables the Adviser to allocate between public and private real estate securities, and allows the Fund to
invest across a diversified set of investment managers and strategies as well as providing investment
exposure across property types and geographies.
Under normal circumstances, at least 80% of ...
Overview of Investment Management Fees
... – Strategies that involve fundamental research require bigger staffs versus quantitative or modeldriven strategies.
– Strategies may have higher implicit and explicit costs versus others (i.e., external research, larger
broker/dealer spreads (e.g., EMD), high legal costs (e.g., high yield bonds), et ...
Caribbean Infrastructure PPP Roadmap
... Experience with PPPs to date in the Caribbean has been mixed. PPPs are not new in the region, having been used to deliver new or improved
roads, ports, airports, bulk water treatment facilities, and electricity generation plants. Many PPP projects have operated successfully for
years, delivering hig ...
Words - Nasdaq`s INTEL Solutions
... should assume that the information appearing in this prospectus is accurate only as of the date on the front cover of this prospectus regardless
of the time of delivery of this prospectus or of any offer or sale of shares of our common stock. Our business, financial condition, results of
Dynamic Private Investment Pools
... WHAT IS A MUTUAL FUND AND WHAT ARE THE RISKS OF INVESTING IN A MUTUAL FUND? ..... 2
WHAT IS THE MAIN PURPOSE OF A MUTUAL FUND? ................................................................................................. 2
WHAT DO MUTUAL FUNDS INVEST IN? ....................................... ...
The Kay Review of UK Equity Markets and Long–Term Decision
... In 2010, only 11.5 per cent of UK shares were owned directly by individuals. In the early
1960s this figure was as high as 54 per cent. The major investment decisions which affect
British companies are now taken by asset fund managers around the world who work for
firms which control billions, often ...
the first six decades - International Finance Corporation
... (i) in association with private investors, assist in financing
the establishment, improvement and expansion of productive private enterprises which would contribute to the development of its member countries by making investments,
without guarantee of repayment by the member government
concerned, in ...
sunstone us opportunity (no. 3) realty trust sunstone (no. 3) limited
... An investment in the securities offered by this Prospectus must be considered speculative as the securities are
subject to certain risk factors as set out under the heading “Risk Factors”. An investment in Trust Units is
appropriate only for Purchasers who have the capacity to absorb a loss of some ...
English - Vanguard Global sites
... Authorisation of the Company is not an endorsement or guarantee of the Company by the
Central Bank nor is the Central Bank responsible for the contents of this Prospectus. The
authorisation of the Company by the Central Bank shall not constitute a warranty as to the
performance of the Company and th ...
Fidelity Retirement Master Trust
... Institutional Trust Services (Asia) Limited (the “Trustee”) each accepts full responsibility
for the accuracy of the information contained in this First Addendum as at the date of
this First Addendum and each confirms, having made all reasonable enquiries, that
to the best of its knowledge and belie ...
Prospectus - Franklin Templeton Investment Funds (SICAV)
... The Board of Directors may decide to offer or issue in any Fund any of the existing Share Classes, which terms and conditions are more
fully described in the section “Share Classes” and “Investment Management Fees”, including Alternative Currency Classes, Hedged Share
Classes as well as Share Classe ...
Growth and strategies of large, lead firms - Remgro Ltd
... simple count of major acquisitions and divestitures indicates that these were primarily in these
areas. Since 2006 when it profitably sold its 15% stake in Vodacom for R15.6bn,6 past
technology investments have included: Tracker, Dimension Data, Fundamo and, more
recently, DFA and Seacom (Hasenfuss, ...
1 September 2006 Page 1 of 52 The SPI Fund of Scottish Provident
... Exceptions to this general description are policies where the benefit is not a single
payment, but a series of payments. Policies of this type include some pensions schemes
covering a group of employees.
The SPI Fund is primarily an investment fund. There is some averaging, or smoothing, of
Arrow Electronics, Inc. - corporate
... In March 2016, the FASB issued Accounting Standards Update No. 2016-06, Derivatives and Hedging -Contingent Put and Call
Options in Debt Instruments (Topic 815) ("ASU No. 2016-06"). ASU No. 2016-06 clarifies the steps required to assess whether a
call or put option meets the criteria for bifurcation ...
Limitations of a Mutual Fund
... investment objective. Thus, the mutual fund structure, through its various
schemes, makes it possible to tap a large corpus of money from diverse investors.
(Therefore, the mutual fund offers schemes. In the industry, the words ‘fund’ and
‘scheme’ are used interchangeably.)
The money that is raised ...
Terms and Conditions
... because they contain legally binding obligations on you. As a client you should:
• read the Terms carefully and retain a copy
• understand that you are entering into certain commitments and accepting certain responsibilities
• understand the scope of Brooks Macdonald’s services and the fees and c ...
Quid pro quo? What factors influence IPO allocations to
... A benign interpretation sees underpricing as an equilibrium phenomenon. Given the
asymmetry of information about the valuation of companies, investment banks
reward investors who reveal useful pricing information by making preferential
allocations of underpriced shares to them (Benveniste and Spindt ...
RTF - North Carolina General Assembly
... He shall be paid annually the sum of eleven thousand five hundred dollars ($11,500)
as an expense allowance in attending to the business for the State and for expenses out of the
State and in the State in representing the interest of the State and people, incident to the duties of
his office, the sa ...
LLB Fund Overview - Quarterly Report 1 / 2017
... selection process focuses on five different factors, which we
summarise as the 5 P's: Philosophy, People, Process, Portfolio, and Performance.
Performance and the volatility thereof are the logical consequence of the first four factors. Understanding how alternative managers think, how they implemen ...
Balance of Payments and International Investment Position
... as reflected in the addition of international investment position to the title, and extensive
elaboration of balance sheet components. The Manual also takes into account developments in globalization, for example, currency unions, cross-border production processes,
complex international company stru ...
International investment agreement
An International Investment Agreement (IIA) is a type of treaty between countries that addresses issues relevant to cross-border investments, usually for the purpose of protection, promotion and liberalization of such investments. Most IIAs cover foreign direct investment (FDI) and portfolio investment, but some exclude the latter. Countries concluding IIAs commit themselves to adhere to specific standards on the treatment of foreign investments within their territory. IIAs further define procedures for the resolution of diputes should these commitments not be met. The most common types of IIAs are Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs) and Preferential Trade and Investment Agreements (PTIAs). International Taxation Agreements. Bilateral investment treaties deal primarily with the admission, treatment and protection of foreign investment. They usually cover investments by enterprises or individuals of one country in the territory of its treaty partner. Preferential Trade and Investment Agreements are treaties among countries on cooperation in economic and trade areas. Usually they cover a broader set of issues and are concluded at bilateral or regional levels. In order to classify as IIAs, PTIAs must include, among other content, specific provisions on foreign investment. International taxation agreements deal primarily with the issue of double taxation in international financial activities (e.g., regulating taxes on income, assets or financial transactions). They are commonly concluded bilaterally, though some agreements also involve a larger number of countries.