equity funding


equity funding
An investment consisting of a life insurance policy and a mutual fund. The insurance policy is paid by the collateral value of fund shares, giving the investor the advantages of insurance protection with the growth potential of a mutual fund. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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equity funding UK US noun [U] FINANCE
investment in a company's ordinary shares: »

The objective of the UK scheme is to increase the amount of equity funding for SMEs.

See also PRIVATE EQUITY FUNDING(Cf. ↑private equity funding)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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