Public fund definition

Public fund means the state treasurer or a retirement system.
Public fund means the treasurer of state, the state board of regents, the public safety peace officers’ retirement system created in chapter 97A, the Iowa public employees’ retirement system created in chapter 97B, the statewide fire and police retirement system created in chapter 411, or the judicial retirement system created in chapter 602.
Public fund means any funds held by the State Treasurer to the credit of:

Examples of Public fund in a sentence

  • EligibleApplicants1.1 The Client has been allocated Public fund for Establishing National Land Use and Land Degradation Profile toward mainstreaming SLM practices in sector polices (ENALUDEP/SLM) and intends to select an Individual Consultant for the specific assignment as specified in the Terms of Reference in Section 2.

More Definitions of Public fund

Public fund means each vehicle for collective investment (in whatever form of organization, including the form of a corporation, company, limited liability company, partnership, association, trust or other entity, and including each separate portfolio or series of any of the foregoing) (i) that is registered with the SEC as an investment company under the Investment Company Act (including any business development company regulated as such under the Investment Company Act), and (ii) for which the Company or one or more of its Subsidiaries acts as the sponsor, general partner, managing member, trustee, investment manager, investment adviser, sub-adviser, or in a similar capacity.
Public fund means a Fund that is registered under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and the 1940 Act.
Public fund means the assets of the Virginia Retirement System or the Board of Trustees of that
Public fund means the Utah State Retirement Investment Fund created under Section 49-11-301.
Public fund means the treasurer of state, the state
Public fund means all funds that are: