Join date: Jan 3, 2022

Collective Investment Schemes (CIS) are investment schemes that are managed by a third party on behalf of investors. The CIS operator collects money from investors and invests in schemes or products, on behalf of the investors. Collective investment schemes must register with their national securities regulator before they can market their shares or units to investors. The collective investment scheme's registration document contains information about the collective investment scheme, including its objectives and strategies, risk factors, costs and fees, and other important information.

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