INTEREST DATES Definition

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INTEREST DATES are the dates on which interest is payable to the holders of bonds: for government, corporate and municipal bonds, twice a year; for mortgage-backed securities, every month, and for foreign securities typically once a year.

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LEASEHOLD is an agreement between the lessee and lessor specifying the lessees rights to use the leased property for a specific purpose and given time at a specified rental payment.

FUND MANAGEMENT is the professional, in many cases regulated, caretaker of client assets for a fee. Dependent upon type of fund, the fund may be authorized to put assets within the fund at risk in the pursuit of profits for the asset owners (clients).

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