Definition of Investment firm
1. Noun. A financial institution that sells shares to individuals and invests in securities issued by other companies.
Specialized synonyms: Hedge Fund, Hedgefund, Mutual Fund, Mutual Fund Company, Open-end Fund, Open-end Investment Company, Closed-end Fund, Closed-end Investment Company, Face-amount Certificate Company, Real Estate Investment Trust, Reit, Unit Investment Trust, Unit Trust, Fixed Investment Trust, Nondiscretionary Trust
Generic synonyms: Nondepository Financial Institution
Derivative terms: Fund, Fund
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Literary usage of Investment firm
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1. Financial Services Reform: Congressional Hearing edited by Michael G. Oxley (1999)
"... Co. is an investment firm based in St. Louis, Missouri. We have 3604 Investment Representatives in 3563 branches in the United States and Canada, ..."
2. Multinationals and East Asian Integration by Wendy Dobson (1997)
"... induced because the automobile sector remains the most regulated and protected industry in the region. Linkages between trade and investment: firm-level ..."