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Permanent body with an advisory function, generally with few or no decision-making powers and controlling functions. Advisory boards are mainly found in funds with an investment policy focused on special areas and sectors requiring intensive research (e.g. sustainability or biotechnology).

Term-Nr.: 50

German: Beirat (152)

Source: Swiss Fund Data m. e. E., 20.10.2018

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