managed investment scheme


1. managed fund.
2. Also, agricultural investment scheme. a scheme for investment in an agricultural project in which the project is initiated by a company which then attracts investors, the company continuing to manage the project on behalf of these investors, as in a forestry or niche crops investment scheme in which an investor usually leases some land that is used to grow the tree or plant, the promoter or manager being responsible for planting, maintaining, harvesting and sale of the crop.
3. one of a number of schemes for investment in another type of project or industry, as in the film industry.
Abbrev.: MIS Also, management investment scheme.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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