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    ОВС – общество взаимного страхования.

    Разрешите обратиться к Вам с вопросом, имеющим непосредственное отношение к системе экономической безопасности и устойчивости функционирования Вашего Холдинга (группы компаний) – вопросом создания эффективной системы страховой защиты предприятий холдинга на основе взаимного страхования. Правильная организация страховой защиты для предприятий, которые �

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    The GRAPH Nigeria Coaching Academy

    The GRAPH Nigeria Coaching Academy is designed to touch and impart many peoples lives both directly and indirectly,and help poeple in business foster the entreprenourial spirirt, make more money,employ more poeple,pay more taxes which is good for our country.

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    Fondi Lussemburghesi

    SIF - Specialised Investment Funds

    The Specialised Investment Fund (SIF) is a regulated, operationally flexible and fiscally efficient multipurpose investment fund regime for an international, institutional and qualified investor base. In comparison with institutional funds created under Part II of the Law of 17 December 2010 on undertakings for collective investment, the SIF is characterised by greater flexibility with regard to the investment policy and a more relaxed regulatory regime.

    Investors

    Investment in a SIF is reserved for “well-informed” investors requiring a limited level of protection and looking for investment flexibility suitable to their particular expertise and needs. This term comprises:

     

    * Other investors are those who confirm in writing that they adhere to the status of “well-informed” investors and who either (i) invest a minimum of EUR 125,000 or (ii) have been assessed by a credit institution, an investment firm or a management company which certifies the investors’ ability to understand the risks associated with investing in the SIF

    Legal framework

    The specialised investment fund was introduced by the Luxembourg Law of 13 February 2007 (SIF Law, click here). The SIF regime was amended by the Law of 12 July 2013 on alternative investment fund managers (AIFM Law). As a result, the SIF Law is now divided into two parts: (i) general provisions applicable to all SIFs, and (ii) specific provisions applicable to SIFs which qualify as Altern