- n. finance An owner of a beneficial interest ("unit") in a financial entity such as an investment trust.
- unit + holder (Wiktionary)
“The repayment of the Fund's credit facility was considered to be in the best interest of the Fund's unitholders, as the Manager considered doing so would have a more significant impact on long-term unitholder value than would have been realized by purchasing units through the Program in declining market conditions.”
“It is up to the unitholder (and his financial advisor) to lighten up on equity funds when appropriate.”
“Income trusts are comprised of assets assigned to a dedicated trust of which you, the shareholder or unitholder, own a portion, as well as the future cash flow stream associated with those assets.”
“The company has a unitholder rights plan in place to deal with an unsolicited offer to give it time to evaluate the bid.”
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