Investment Strategy definition

Investment Strategy is the processes and policies implemented by the Investment Manager for pursuing a particular investment objective managed by an Investment Team.
Investment Strategy means the investment strategy specified for the ETP Securities in the Final Terms.
Investment Strategy means the investment strategy of the Partnership as described herein.

Examples of Investment Strategy in a sentence

  • The council shall consider the need for an Investment Strategy and Policy which, if drawn up, shall be in accordance with relevant regulations, proper practices and guidance.

  • To that end, the Sub-Fund will enter into swap agreements with one or more counterparties whereby the Sub-Fund will pay to the swap counterparty the total return or the cash flows of the Investment Strategy Portfolio (the “First Leg”) and in return the Sub-Fund will receive from the swap counterparty the return on the Maturity Date necessary to achieve the Maturity Price as defined below (the “Second Leg”).

  • The Council shall consider the need for an Investment Strategy and Policy which, if drawn up, shall be in accordance with relevant regulations, proper practices and guidance.

  • These trading activities, if they influence the value of an Index or Investment Strategy to which a Series of ETP Securities is linked, could be adverse to the interests of the ETP Securityholders.

  • The Authorised Participants and their respective affiliates may also issue or underwrite additional securities or trade other products the return on which is linked to the value of an Index or Investment Strategy linked to a Series of ETP Securities or other similar strategies.


More Definitions of Investment Strategy

Investment Strategy means the investment strategy of the Fund as set forth in the Declaration of Trust as described in section 1.1.2 of this Annual Information Form.
Investment Strategy is the processes and policies implemented by the Investment Manager for pursuing a particular investment objective managed by an Investment Team. (3) A “Primary Strategy Portfolio” is each Fund, as well as any other series of any other registered investment company for which the Investment Manager, or an affiliated investment advisor, serves as the investment manager and for which American Century Investment Services, Inc. serves as the distributor. (4) A “Secondary Strategy Portfolio” of a Fund is another account managed by the Investment Manager that is managed by the same Investment Team but is not a Primary Strategy Portfolio. (5) The “Secondary Strategy Share Ratio” of a Fund is calculated by dividing the net assets of the Fund by the sum of the net assets of the Primary Strategy Portfolios that share a common Investment Strategy. (6) The “Secondary Strategy Assets” of a Fund is the sum of the net assets of the Fund’s Secondary Strategy Portfolios multiplied by the Fund’s Secondary Strategy Share Ratio. (7) The “Investment Strategy Assets” of a Fund is the sum of the net assets of the Fund and the Fund’s Secondary Strategy Assets. (8) The “Per Annum Fee Dollar Amount” is the dollar amount resulting from applying the applicable Fee Schedule for a class of a Fund using the Investment Strategy Assets. (9) The “Per Annum Fee Rate” for a class of a Fund is the percentage rate that results from dividing the Per Annum Fee Dollar Amount for the class of a Fund by the Investment Strategy Assets of the Fund. (c) Daily Management Fee Calculation. For each calendar day, each class of each Fund shall accrue a fee calculated by multiplying the Per Annum Fee Rate for that class by the net assets of the class on that day, and further dividing that product by 365 (366 in leap years). (d)
Investment Strategy means the techniques and methods used by an insurer to meet its investment objectives, such as active bond portfolio management, passive bond portfolio management, interest rate anticipation, growth investing and value investing.
Investment Strategy is the processes and policies implemented by the Investment Manager for pursuing a particular investment objective managed by an Investment Team. (3) A “Primary Strategy Portfolio” is each Fund, as well as any other series of any other registered investment company for which the Investment Manager serves as the investment manager and for which American Century Investment Services, Inc. serves as the distributor; provided, however, that a registered investment company that invests its assets exclusively in the shares of other registered investment companies shall not be a Primary Strategy Portfolio. Any exceptions to the above requirements shall be approved by the Board of Directors. (4) A “Secondary Strategy Portfolio” is another account managed by the Investment Manager that is managed by the same Investment Team as that assigned to manage any Primary Strategy Portfolio that shares the same board of directors or board of trustees as the Company. Any exceptions to this requirement shall be approved by the Board of Directors. (5) An “Investment Category” for a Fund is the group to which the Fund is assigned for determining the first component of its management fee. Each Primary Strategy Portfolio is assigned to one of the three Investment Categories indicated below. The Investment Category assignments for the Funds appear in Schedule B to this Agreement. The amount of assets in each of the Investment Categories (“Investment Category Assets”) is determined as follows: a)
Investment Strategy means the Investment Policy Statement and constitutes the written agreement between the client and the company which outlines general rules for the portfolio manager. This Agreement provides the general investment goals and objectives of a client and describes the strategies that the manager should employ to meet the clients ‘objectives.
Investment Strategy means the investment strategy of the Partnership as described herein. See Item 2.2,” Our Business - Investment Strategy”.
Investment Strategy means the investment strategy that you have discussed and agreed with us (or where relevant, a FA) for a particular service.