Collective investment schemes allow investors to pool their assets. By so doing, investors spread their risk and, in some cases, gain access to markets and assets which would otherwise be beyond their reach.

The statutory definition of ‘collective investment scheme’, as provided by the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, s. 235, is as follows:

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