REGULATION S Definition

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REGULATION S, in the USA, is a regulation under the Securities Act of 1933 which exempts from registration certain offers and sales of securities made outside of the United States by USA or foreign issuers.

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TRIPLE NET (NNN) is a lease that includes on top of the basic rent, a share of the real property taxes, insurance, and maintenance. "Triple-net-leases are standard in commercial property leases in shopping centers and malls. Usually done under a limited partnership, resulting in lower risk for investors.

NO-LOAD FUND is a mutual fund sold directly to investors without commissions paid to salesmen or other up-front costs. Some funds charge surrender fees, although a pure no-load fund has no sales, exit or marketing fees.

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