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Institutions are entities that are in the business of holding [[assets]]. Examples of institutions are banks, insurance companies, [[pension funds]], [[trusts]], [[mutual funds]] and [[fund managers]].
Institutions are entities that are in the business of holding [[assets]]. Examples of institutions are banks, insurance companies, [[pension funds]], [[trusts]], [[mutual funds]] and [[fund managers]].


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Institutions are entities that are in the business of holding assets. Examples of institutions are banks, insurance companies, pension funds, trusts, mutual funds and fund managers.


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