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Investment management is the business of managing or providing advice on investment portfolios or individual assets for compensation. Banks provide these services, covering traditional investments (publicly traded stocks and bonds), alternative investments (real estate, hedge funds, and other unregistered private investments).
Investment Management Services (Comptroller's Handbook, August 2001)
Provides an overview of the investment management business, its associated risks, and an appropriate risk management framework.
OCC Chief Counsel's Interpretation on National Trust Banks (PDF)
Requests Under 716(f) of the Dodd-Frank Act
Register for Monthly Schedule of Short-Term Investment Funds
Register as a Transfer Agent
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