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What is an investment entity?


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What is an investment entity?

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An investment entity is an entity regulated by the central bank of a country where it is registered with the aim of investing the economic resources of a client to his favor. Investment entities are specialized in investing the client's money in monetary market instruments, certificates of deposits, derivatives, currency exchange (Forex), index-based instruments, securities or futures trading in commodities. Investment entities may make investments in favor of a single client or collective groups. Investment entities make investments in countries with high economic and legal stability. Currently the countries that attract the highest volume of investments are New York, London, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore.



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