Investment Policy. Investment objectives, policies and other restrictions for the management of the Investment Assets, including requirements as to diversification, are set forth in Exhibit A to this Agreement. The Sub-Advisor must discharge its duties hereunder in accordance with Exhibit A as revised or supplemented in separate written instructions provided from time to time by the Advisor or the Fund’s Board of Directors.
Investment Policy. The Borrower (a) will comply in all material respects with the Investment Policy in regard to each Loan and the Related Property included in the Collateral, and in regard to compliance with Loan Documents, including determinations with respect to the enforcement of its rights thereunder, (b) will not agree to or otherwise permit to occur any material change in the Investment Policy without the prior written consent of the Administrative Agent (in its sole discretion), and (c) will furnish to the Administrative Agent and each Managing Agent, at least ten (10) Business Days prior to its proposed effective date, prompt notice of any proposed material changes in the Investment Policy.
Investment Policy. (1) Within sixty (60) days, the Board shall review and revise the Bank's investment policy and implement the revised policy, and thereafter ensure Bank adherence to the policy. The policy shall contain the basic elements of a sound investment policy consistent with regulatory guidance provided in An Examiner’s Guide to Investment Products and Practices (Dec., 1992), 12 C.F.R. Part 1, and OCC Bulletin 98-20 (Apr. 27, 1998) and shall include:
Investment Policy. The Trustees shall adopt an investment policy with respect to the CUPE EWBT Plan that reflects prudent investment practices applicable to a large employee life and health trust, and may amend it from time to time. No Trustee shall incur any liability as a result of the Fund being invested in high interest savings accounts, Government of Canada treasury bills or cashable guaranteed investment certificates issued by one of the following Schedule 1 Canadian Banks: CIBC, TD Bank, BMO, Royal Bank of Canada or the Bank of Nova Scotia, for a period of up to 120 days following the effective date of this Agreement and prior to the establishment of an Investment Policy.
Investment Policy. It is the policy of the University to invest public funds in a manner that will provide the highest investment return with the maximum security while meeting the daily cash flow demands of the entity and conforming to all statutes governing the investment of public funds. Investments shall be made with the care, skill, prudence, and diligence under the circumstances then prevailing that a prudent person in a like capacity and familiar with such matters would use in the conduct of an enterprise of a like character and with like aims. This policy conforms with the Investment of Public Funds Act, Chapter 45 (§ 2.2-4500 et seq.) of Title 2.2
Investment Policy. The Sub-Fund is managed as a portfolio of Permitted Investments in accordance with the investment policy set out in this section. Investors should note that during any period of suspension of valuation or redemption or when the Sub-Fund is wound down, the Management Company, acting in the best interests of the Unitholders, may resolve that it is unreasonable and/or impracticable to comply with some or all of the policies and guidelines in this section. The Sub-Fund is a feeder UCITS, which permanently invests at least 85% of its net asset value in LGT Sustainable Quality Equity Sub-Fund (the “Master Fund”). The Sub-Fund qualifies as an “Equity Fund” for the purposes of the German Investment Tax Act. Please see section 6.14 of the Prospectus titled "Additional Investment Provisions – German Investment Tax Act" for further information in relation to this classification. The investment objective of the Sub-Fund is for Sub-Fund investors to participate in the performance of the Master Fund. The investment objective of the Master Fund is to generate consistent long term capital appreciation, while also contributing to long-term social, economic and environmental well-being. There is no guarantee that the investment objective of the Sub-Fund will be achieved, and investment results may vary substantially over time. To achieve the investment objective, the Investment Manager of the Master Fund employs an investment process using both fundamental analyses of a security and an analysis of current market conditions. It is intended that the Master Fund will be managed to operate, in normal circumstances, on a long only basis. The Master Fund is considered to be actively managed in reference to the Benchmark by virtue of the fact that it seeks to outperform the Benchmark. However, the Benchmark is not used to define the portfolio composition of the Master Fund and the Master Fund may be invested in securities which are not constituents of the Benchmark. The Benchmark is a broad global equity index that represents large and mid-cap equity performance across a number of developed market countries. Further information regarding the Benchmark, including the methodology used for the calculation of the Benchmark, can be found on xxx.xxxx.xxx/xxxxx-xxxxxxxxxxx. The Investment Manager of the Master Fund actively seeks to achieve outperformance of the Benchmark by making active investment decisions in relation to the portfolio's allocation to equity securities. The Master Fund...
Investment Policy. Members (other than Members who are bound by Clipper’s Investment Policy), and any assignees, officers, directors, members, employees, agents, trustees, affiliates or stockholders of such Member are permitted to engage in other business ventures and investments and are not required to present corporate opportunities to the Company, Clipper or their Affiliates, even if such opportunities directly or indirectly compete with the Company, Clipper or their Affiliates. None of the Company, Clipper, the other Members no their Affiliates will have any rights in or to such opportunities, and such opportunities are hereby renounced.