Who Are Institutional Investors

The term ‘Institution’ can be defined as ‘an established organization’.

Institutional Investors, as distinguished from individual investors, are ‘established organisations’ with a separate legal existence that pool contributions from various small investors and invest them into different investment vehicles to generate returns for these investors.

Institutional Investors include banks, mutual funds, insurance companies and pension funds.

Institutional Investors typically employ professional fund managers to manage their investments.

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