Definitions for "Investment Company Institute"
The U.S. trade association for the mutual fund industry. Investment companies create and maintain mutual funds and investment trusts.
A national industry group of investment companies, including mutual funds, founded in 1940.
The Investment Company Institute (ICI) is the national association of the U.S. investment company industry. Founded in 1940, its membership includes approximately 8,664 mutual funds, 601 closed-end funds, 106 exchange-traded funds, and six sponsors of unit investment trusts.
Keywords:  invoice, billing
Investments Invoice billing
Keywords:  letter, history
Investment history Investment letter