pension funds, insurance companies, investment trusts, etc., which hold a large proportion of the shares of leading companies.
Large investors (such as mutual funds, pension funds, insurance companies) who largely invest other people's money.
Pension funds, investment companies, bank trust departments, life insurance companies, and so forth, all of whom manage large portfolios of securities; investment professionals paid to manage other people's money.
Typically refers to pension funds, insurance companies, mutual funds, and endowments with large amounts of money managed by professional investors. The majority of the stock of large companies is held by institutional investors, large pools of capital controlled by money managers.
Pension funds, investment companies, bank trust departments, and so forth, all of which manage large portfolio of securities.
Organization with vast sums of money to be invested on behalf of clients. Largely made up of superannuation funds, unit trust, investment companies and life insurance companies.
Organisations that invest funds on a large scale, such as pension funds, unit trusts and insurance companies.
Organizations whose primary purpose is to invest their own assets or those entrusted to them by others. The most common are employee pension funds, insurance companies, mutual funds, university endowments, and banks.
These large investors that buy and sell stocks and bonds in large volumes include mutual funds, banks, insurance companies, pension funds and others.
The number of financial institutions, e.g. investment companies, fire, casualty, and life insurance companies, holding the stock.
Entities with large amounts to invest, such as investment companies, mutual funds, brokerages, insurance companies, pension funds, investment banks and endowment funds. Institutional investors are covered by fewer protective regulations because of the assumption that they are more knowledgeable and better able to protect themselves. They account for a majority of overall volume within the stock and bond investment arenas.
Investors, other than individuals, such as superannuation funds, master trusts and other groups who have primary responsibility of investing assets held in trust for others.
Professional investors who bring together very large amounts of capital, such as banks, pension providers and insurance companies, as opposed to private investors.
Institutions such as mutual funds, investment companies, banks and insurance companies managing large portfolios of securities.
entity with large investment amounts
Pension funds and mutual funds managing money for a large number of individual investors.
These are generally taken to include banks, pension funds, insurance companies, unit trusts and investment trusts, which are together commonly referred to in the investment field as the "institutions".
Institutions whose investments constitute a highly important part of their overall operations, although they are formed primarily for purposes other than investment. Life insurance companies and mutual funds and pension funds are institutional investors.
Organizations and companies that manage large amounts of money on behalf of pension funds, mutual funds, and insurance companies, as well as other organizations like endowment funds.
It refers mainly to insurance companies, pension funds and investment companies collecting savings and supplying funds to markets, but also to other types of institutional wealth (e.g. endowment funds, foundations etc.).
organisations that hold large amounts of shares as investments on behalf of others. The main ones are unit trusts, insurance companies and investment banks.
Non-bank investors that purchase leveraged term loans structured specifically for them. Types include Collateralized Loan Obligations (CLOs ? vehicles structured to purchase loans and arbitrage between the assets and liabilities tranches), Prime Funds (mutual funds that purchase loans), Insurance Companies, Hedge Funds and Pension Funds.
Organizations that professionally invest, including insurance companies, depository institutions, pension funds, investment companies, mutual funds, and endowment funds.
These are large organizations with huge amounts of capital. Examples would be: mutual fund companies, pension plans for public and private organizations, and insurance companies. Institutions are always looking for ways to increase their return to their investors. Ultimately, though, institutions are just a group of people.
A company having substantial funds invested in securities (e.g. a bank, labour union, college, Provident Fund, Pension fund).
An entity with a considerable amount of money to invest.