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Financial Terms & Definitions
If talking about finances feels like trying to learn a foreign language, we're here to help. As your trusted financial planners and investment managers, we want you to understand the terms, acronyms, and jargon that may arise during your financial journey.
From Amortization to Zero-Coupon, we've got you covered.
Here's our glossary of financial terms in alphabetical order to get you started.

What is a Unit class?

Investment funds are divided into units, instead of shares. Collective investment funds and other funds may offer more than one type or group of units, each of which is considered a class, such as “Class A.” For most investment funds, each class has different fees and expenses, but all of the classes invest in the same pool of securities and share the same investment objectives. (see unit)

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