Institutional Investor

Reuters  Feb 21  Comment 
Institutional investors pulled $468.8 billion out of equities in 2016, a report by the research firm eVestment showed on Tuesday, notwithstanding a rally late in the year that drove stock markets to record highs.
The Economic Times  Feb 9  Comment 
As of December 31, 2016, the nonexecutive founders (promoter and promoter group) owned 12.8 per cent of the Company’s outstanding shares.
The Economic Times  Feb 7  Comment 
On Tuesday, they bought shares worth Rs 603.82 crore with gross purchases and gross sales of Rs 5376.17 crore and Rs 4772.35 crore, respectively.
The Economic Times  Dec 28  Comment 
Several value stocks such as ONGC, PowerGrid, BPCL, NTPC and Coal India look reasonably valued since they trade closer to their long-term average.
Mondo Visione  Dec 27  Comment 
The Council of Experts Concerning the Japanese Version of the Stewardship Code (Chairman: Professor Hiroyuki Kansaku, The University of Tokyo) published the Principles for Institutional Investors (Japan’s Stewardship Code) in February 27, 2014....
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 30  Comment 
The proxy advisory lists IDFC, Zee episodes to drive home its point
The Economic Times  Nov 30  Comment 
Some of the resolutions proposed came under severe investor scrutiny from institutional shareholders, according to the analysis of shareholder meetings during the January- September period this year by InGovern Research Services.
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 20  Comment 
Crucial EGMs lined up this week


Institutional Investors are investors (either individuals or companies) that make large enough purchases to benefit from reduced commissions preferential regulations. The SEC defines institutional investors based on the level of the investors' assets. For organizations or businesses, this means having more than $5 million in assets at the time of purchase, while individuals are required to have greater than$1 million in assets at the time of purchase. Because they are considered to be professional investors, institutional investors are not subject to the same regulations as retail investors. Some examples of institutional investors include pension funds, life insurance companies, investment trusts, and hedge funds.

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