unit share investment trust

unit share investment trust
фин. паевой акционерный инвестиционный траст* (паевой инвестиционный траст, выпускающий два вида паев (PRIME и SCORE) на основе одного вида акций, напр., покупатель пая ПРАЙМ получает дивиденд и прирост стоимости акции до определенного уровня, пая СКОР прирост стоимости сверх фиксированного уровня; позволяет одним получать, в первую очередь, дивидендный доход, а другим — доход от прироста курсовой стоимости)
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abbrev.: USIT unit share investment trust паевой и акционерный инвестиционный фонд (США): разновидность паевого инвестиционного фонда с двумя видами паев - "ПРАЙМ" и "СКОР" - на основе одного вида акций (напр., покупатель пая "ПРАЙМ" получает дивиденд и прирост стоимости акции до определенного уровня, пая "СКОР" - прирост стоимости сверх фиксированного уровня); позволяет одним инвесторам максимизировать доходность инвестиций, другим - прирост капитала; см. prescribed right to income and maximum equity;

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