Investment Fund

The money contributed by a number (small or large) of subscribers, unit-holders or shareholders, which is invested and administered on their behalf. The proceeds (or losses) are shared in proportion to their subscriptions after deduction of costs.

Investment Fund Custodian

The person or company holding the investment assets on behalf of the subscribers. In some jurisdictions, the functions of Promoter, Manager and Custodian have to be separated between different persons or entities, but in many other jurisdictions they can be combined. All the three functions are rewarded with fees, usually based on the value of the fund, but sometimes based on fund's success.

Investment Fund Manager

The person or company who runs it daily. In some jurisdictions, the functions of Promoter, Manager and Custodian have to be separated between different persons or entities, but in many jurisdictions they can be combined. All the three functions are rewarded with fees, usually based on the value of the fund, but sometimes based on fund's success.

Investment Fund Promoter

The person or company who established the fund and markets it. In some jurisdictions, the functions of Promoter, Manager and Custodian have to be separated between different persons or entities, but in many jurisdictions they can be combined. All the three functions are rewarded with fees, usually based on the value of the fund, but sometimes based on fund's success.

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