to discharge (an old or matured debt ) by new borrowing, as by a new bond issue
money raised for charity, a hospital, etc by means of an appeal
money put aside to help alleviate the adverse short-term effects of something
a mutual fund that invests primarily in growth stocks
A hedge fund is an investment fund that invests large amounts of money using methods that involve a lot of risk .
a mutual fund that invests in the stocks used to compute a particular stock-market index, thus tying its performance to that index
a money-market fund
A mutual fund is an organization which invests money in many different kinds of business and which offers units for sale to the public as an investment.
a fund of money set up to provide aid for people in need, esp in disaster areas
the money provided by a government or raised by parents and teachers to finance the running of a school
A slush fund is a sum of money collected to pay for an illegal activity, especially in politics or business.
(in Britain) a social security fund from which loans or payments may be made to people in cases of extreme need
an amount of money reserved by a union to make payments to striking works should a strike occur
A trust fund is an amount of money or property that someone owns, usually after inheriting it, but which is kept and invested for them.
a mutual fund made up of both stocks and bonds
money for a campaign, as of a political candidate, usually acquired through contributions by supporters
a fund set up to relieve people or countries afflicted by a disaster
an employee of an insurance company, pension fund, investment trust, etc, who manages its fund of investments
Fund-raising is the activity of collecting money to support a charity or political campaign or organization.
funding offered or applied for due to financial difficulties
a fund of money that is used to pay people's pensions
a fund accumulated out of a business enterprise's earnings or a government's revenue and invested to repay a long-term debt or meet a depreciation charge
A tracker fund is an investment in which shares in different companies are bought and sold so that the value of the shares held always matches the average value of shares in all or part of a stock market.
a fund set up by a union or employer, providing benefits to workers during a period of unemployment or disablement, as salary continuance while ill
a charitable organization
a sum of money set aside by a country, group, or organization for use in an emergency
a fund that provides capital for new companies and makes regular injections of capital to support their development
Treatment is medical attention given to a sick or injured person or animal.
A retirement fund is a special fund which people pay money into so that, when they retire from their job, they will receive money regularly as a pension .
a fund set up for a specific purpose and constantly added to by income from its investments
a fund into which tax revenue is paid in order to meet standing charges, esp interest payments on the national debt
a sum of money allocated for use in an emergency or to cover unforeseen expenses
fund a charity:
A charity is an organization which raises money in order to help people who are sick or very poor, or who have a disability .
an online facility offering discounted investment opportunities and advice
a fund, esp in the Church of Scotland, to augment the support of ministers
a fund in which the money is invested in property, shares, etc, rather than being deposited with a bank or building society
A closed-end fund is an investment with a limited number of shares that does not allow new investors.
hedge fund manager:
a person in charge of managing a hedge fund and making its investments
a licence showing that the tax payable in respect of a motor vehicle has been paid
a fund used for paying pensions
European Social Fund:
one of the four Structural Funds of the European Union which aims to support employment and the economic and social well-being of EU member countries
an investment fund that is administered so that its value changes in line with a given share index
municipal bond fund:
a mutual fund that invests in municipal bonds
mutual fund company:
a company that sells and manages mutual funds
sovereign wealth fund:
an investment fund created using the financial assets of a national government
A fundraiser is an event which is intended to raise money for a particular purpose, for example, for a charity .
the act or occupation of soliciting money for charitable organizations, political parties, etc.
International Monetary Fund:
an international financial institution organized in 1945 to promote international trade by increasing the exchange stability of the major currencies . A fund is maintained out of which member nations with temporary balance-of-payments deficits may make withdrawals
Save the Children Fund:
a development agency which raises money for deprived children around the world
a fund raised by voluntary contribution for local welfare activities