Institutional Investor

An institutional investor is an entity which invests capital belonging to one or more third parties for the profit of the third parties. This sets institutional investors apart from retail investors – entities which invest their own capital for their own profit. Institutional investors are typically compensated for their investment services through fees or commissions.

Investment funds, securities brokers and banks are examples of institutional investors.

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