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open-end investment company

n.
A mutual fund.
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Noun1.open-end investment company - a regulated investment company with a pool of assets that regularly sells and redeems its sharesopen-end investment company - a regulated investment company with a pool of assets that regularly sells and redeems its shares
investment company, investment firm, investment trust, fund - a financial institution that sells shares to individuals and invests in securities issued by other companies
index fund - a mutual fund that invests in the stocks that are the basis of a well-known stock or bond index
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The fund is a sub-fund of the umbrella fund, Federated Cash Management Funds (Federated), which is domiciled in the UK as an open-ended investment company regulated by the UK's Financial Conduct Authority and is UCITS-compliant.
The fund, managed by Daniel McKernan, head of Sterling Investment Grade Credit, and Mark Munro, investment director, Credit, is available as an open-ended investment company.
SFRE is an open-ended investment company created to support the globally growing segment of banks focused on serving individuals and enterprises in the real economy, while delivering a triple bottom line of economic, social and environmental impact.
GVOIM currently manages the GVO UK Focus Fund, an Irish listed open-ended investment company, and Strategic Equity Capital plc, a London-listed investment trust.
The Emirates Emerging Market Equity Fund is an open-ended investment company domiciled in Jersey, Channel Islands.
The BPOF is an open-ended investment company (OEIC) domiciled in the Cayman Islands.
To get exposure to the stock market, one option could be via a collective fund such as a unit trust, open-ended investment company - Oeic, pronounced "oik" - or an investment trust, rather than buying individual shares.
To get exposure to the stock market one option could be via a collective fund such as a unit trust, open-ended investment company (Oeic- pronounced "oik") or an investment trust, rather than buying individual shares.