open-ended fund(s)

open-ended fund(s)

open-ended funds sell their own new units to investors, stand ready to buy back their old units, and are sometimes listed on a stock exchange. Open-ended funds are so called because their capitalisation is not fixed, they issue more shares depending on how much investors want to invest (in the fund). In Malta, the words SICAV p.l.c. (a French acronym that stands for collective investment scheme with variable capital) which follows a name of a collective investment scheme denote that the fund is open ended (IW)

In other languages:

  • fond (i) miftuħ (a) [MT] - fondi mingħajr limiti jbigħu l-units ġodda tagħhom stess lil investituri, ikunu lesti li jixtru lura l-units antiki tagħhom, u xi drabi jkunu llistjati f'borża. Fondi mingħajr limiti jissejjħu hekk għaliex il-kapitalizzazzjoni tagħhom m'hix fissa, u joħorġu ishma ġodda skond kemm investituri jkunu jridu jinvestu (fil-fond) F'Malta l-kliem SICAV plc (akronimu Franċiż għal skema ta' investiment kollettiv b'kapital li jista' jvarja) li jiġu wara isem ta' skema ta' investiment kollettiv juru li l-fond hu mingħajr limiti (IW)
  • fondi senza limiti [IT] - sigla che indica le Società d'Investimento a Capitale Variabile, società specializzate nella gestione di capitali dei risparmiatori, che operano in maniera simile a quella dei fondi comuni. Il capitale varia giorno per giorno, in quanto i soci (i risparmiatori-investitori) possono acquistare nuove azioni dalla società o rivenderle alla società. Le SICAV sono costituite da vari \"comparti""""

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