Foreign Institutional Investor (FII),
How To Define Foreign Institutional Investor (FII)?
A foreign institutional investor (FII) is an investor or mutual fund that invests outside the country in a country where it is registered or has a registered office. The term foreign institutional investor is probably the most used in India, referring to foreign companies that invest in the country's financial markets. The term is also officially used in China.
- Foreign institutional investors invest in financial markets outside their home country.
- Foreign institutional investors can include pension funds, investment banks, hedge funds and mutual funds.
- Some countries limit the amount of investment by foreign investors.
Literal Meanings of Foreign Institutional Investor (FII)
Meanings of Foreign:
From a country or language other than your own, from, or their feature.
Sentences of Foreign
I think it's very strange to you
Synonyms of Foreign
curious, unheard of, remote, overseas, odd, exotic, outlandish, bizarre, alien, outside, far flung, distant, unfamiliar, peculiar, external, queer, far off, weird, strange, unknown, funny
Meanings of Institutional:
From an institution or institution, as or as its.
Sentences of Institutional
Meanings of Investor:
A person or organization that invests in financial projects, real estate, etc. With the hope of profit.
Sentences of Investor
Foreign investors in UK commercial property