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Funds and Collective Investment Schemes

What is a fund?

A fund is a pool of money that is invested in various assets to produce returns. A fund can be either open or closed, and can be set up as either a mutual fund or an exchange-traded fund (ETF). The investment objective for the fund determines whether it is open or closed, and whether it is a mutual fund or ETF.

What are Collective Investment Schemes?

Collective Investment Schemes are a type of investment that pools together investors’ money to buy securities such as stocks, bonds and other marketable securities.

Collective Investment Schemes are also known as Collective Investment Vehicles or CIVs. These schemes pool the funds of investors and invest them in a variety of assets. The investor is not entitled to any ownership rights in the assets they have invested in, but they will receive a share of the profits made by these assets.

Collective Investment Schemes provide investors with an opportunity to diversify their portfolio by investing in a range of different types of assets and markets.

How can Real Davis help?

Our investment services range from hedge funds, asset managers, and real estate funds. We also offer a full suite of fund administration and investment management services. When you team up with us, you have a group that is knowledgeable about both collective schemes and the best local prospects for investment.

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What are Fund Services?

Fund services are a type of investment service that provides investors with access to financial markets, instruments, and related services. Fund services include investment banking, institutional equities, mergers and acquisitions advisory, equity research and sales, debt securities trading and underwriting as well as market making.