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  2. Investment fund - Wikipedia

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    Public investment fund (Korporatyvny investytsiyny fund) Both funds are run by Investment Company (KUA - kompania z upravlinnya actyvami). Funds and companies regulated and supervised by DKTsPFR (Securities and stock market state commission) Greece. We could say that a mutual fund is a pool of money which belongs to many investors.

  3. Sovereign wealth fund - Wikipedia

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    The U.S. state of Texas was thus the first to establish such a scheme, to fund public education. The Permanent School Fund (PSF) was created in 1854 to benefit primary and secondary schools, with the Permanent University Fund (PUF) following in 1876 to benefit universities.

  4. Money market in India - Wikipedia

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    Money market mutual funds invest money in specifically, high-quality and very short maturity-based money market instruments. The RBI has approved the establishment of very few such funds in India. In 1997, only one MMMF was in operation, and that too with very small amount of capital.

  5. Fidelity Investments - Wikipedia

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    The company's largest equity mutual fund is Fidelity Contrafund, which has $107.4 billion in assets, making it the largest non-indexed fund in the US and the largest fund managed by an individual. William Danoff has managed Contrafund since 1990. Fidelity Magellan is another large equity fund, with $15.5 billion in assets.

  6. Private-equity fund - Wikipedia

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    A private-equity fund's ultimate goal is to sell or exit its investments in portfolio companies for a return, known as internal rate of return (IRR) in excess of the price paid. These exit scenarios historically have been an IPO of the portfolio company or a sale of the company to a strategic acquirer through a merger or acquisition (M&A), also ...

  7. Socially responsible investing - Wikipedia

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    Socially responsible mutual funds counted by the 2014 Trends Report increased in number to 415 in 2014, up from 333 in 2012, 250 in 2010, 173 in 2005 & 2007, 189 in 2003, and 167 in 2001. The overall number of mutual funds incorporating environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) has increased four-fold since 2012. Additionally, 20 ...

  8. Stock - Wikipedia

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    A stock derivative is any financial instrument for which the underlying asset is the price of an equity. Futures and options are the main types of derivatives on stocks. The underlying security may be a stock index or an individual firm's stock, e.g. single-stock futures.

  9. Principal Financial Group - Wikipedia

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    Industry: Insurance, Financial Services: Founded: 1879: Founder: Edward Temple: Headquarters: US$1.693 Billion (Fiscal Year Ended 31 December 2020)