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Assets Forfeiture Fund and Seized Asset Deposit Fund: Annual Financial Statements Fiscal Year 2012 By U.S. Department of Justice
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This audit report contains the Annual Financial Statements of the Assets Forfeiture Fund and Seized Asset Deposit Fund (AFF/SADF) for the fiscal years (FY) ended September 30, 2012, and September 30,... More > 2011. Under the direction of the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), KPMG LLP performed the AFF/SADF’s audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America. The audit resulted in an unqualified opinion on the FY 2012 financial statements. An unqualified opinion means that the financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position and the results of the entity’s operations in conformity with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles. For FY 2011, the AFF/SADF also received an unqualified opinion on its financial statements (OIG Report No. 12-12).< Less
Hedge Funds By Homework Help Classof1
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Investment companies, manage the funds of individuals, businesses, and state and local governments, and are compensated for this service by fees that they charge. The fee is tied to the amount that... More > is managed for the client and, in some cases, to the performance of the assets managed. The U.S. securities law does not provide a definition of the pools of investment funds run by asset managers that are referred to as hedge funds.< Less
Report on Aberdeen Asset Management By Ian Duff
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This report formed part of a project looking at the major players within the Scottish fund management industry conducted in 2003 and 2004. Aberdeen Asset Management was undoubtedly one of the more... More > controversial companies within the sector at this time.< Less
Report on SVM Asset Management By Ian Duff
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This report formed part of a project looking at the major players within the Scottish fund management industry conducted in 2003 and 2004.
Exchange -Trade Funds By Homework Help Classof1
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Investment companies, manage the funds of individuals, businesses, and state and local governments, and are compensated for this service by fees that they charge. The fee is tied to the amount that... More > is managed for the client and, in some cases, to the performance of the assets managed. Some asset management companies are subsidiaries of commercial banks, insurance companies, and investment banking companies. As an investment vehicle, open-end funds (i.e., mutual funds) are often criticized for two reasons. First, their shares are priced at, and can be transacted only at, the end-of-the-day or closing price. Specifically, transactions (i.e., purchases and sales) cannot be made at intraday prices, but only at closing prices. Second, while we did not discuss the tax treatment of open-end funds, we note that they are inefficient tax vehicles.< Less
Introduction to Fund Development Planning By Ken Goldstein
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Limit your "crisis fundraising," build flexibility into your finances, increase board involvement, and use your time more productively. Introduction to Fund Development Planning is for... More > those who are new to nonprofits or new to the development function. It is ideal for board members and volunteers as well as staff or those interested in a new career in fundraising or nonprofit management. By following the eight lessons, you should have an understanding of: The importance of a diversified funding base, The players in the fund development process, How to conduct an assets inventory, How to develop your mission & case statements, How to identify new funding opportunities, How to set realistic goals, How to prepare your development plan & calendar. Once you complete the processes outlined in this book and set them into action, your organization will be on the path to financial stability and sustainability.< Less
Introduction to Fund Development Planning By Ken Goldstein
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Limit your "crisis fundraising," build flexibility into your finances, increase board involvement, and use your time more productively. Introduction to Fund Development Planning is for... More > those who are new to nonprofits or new to the development function. It is ideal for board members and volunteers as well as staff or those interested in a new career in fundraising or nonprofit management. By following the eight lessons, you should have an understanding of: The importance of a diversified funding base, The players in the fund development process, How to conduct an assets inventory, How to develop your mission & case statements, How to identify new funding opportunities, How to set realistic goals, How to prepare your development plan & calendar. Once you complete the processes outlined in this book and set them into action, your organization will be on the path to financial stability and sustainability.< Less
Asset Allocation: The Key To Financial Success By Samuel Blankson
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Asset Allocation: The key to Financial Success is a book on the most critical factor in obtaining long-term financial success. Without a proper asset allocation plan in place, your financial security... More > is in the hands of chance. A bad turn in economic cycles could wipe you out. This book shows you how to develop your own personal asset allocation plan to suit your particular needs. It covers the division of your investment capital across a broad range of asset classes and risk structures. A useful resource for everyone from homemakers to Wall Street fund managers.< Less
Asset Allocation: The Key To Financial Success By Samuel Blankson
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Asset Allocation: The key to Financial Success is a book on the most critical factor in obtaining long-term financial success. Without a proper asset allocation plan in place, your financial security... More > is in the hands of chance. A bad turn in economic cycles could wipe you out. This book shows you how to develop your own personal asset allocation plan to suit your particular needs. It covers the division of your investment capital across a broad range of asset classes and risk structures. A useful resource for everyone from homemakers to Wall Street fund managers.< Less
Carlyle’s Global Alternative Asset Management Platform By Paul Scheider
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We are one of the world’s largest and most diversified alternative asset management firms. We manage 118 distinct funds and 81 fund of funds vehicles that invest across four segments, 11 core... More > industries and six continents. Our global size, scale and brand enable us to access opportunities in virtually every market around the world.< Less