What do special assets mean?

Special assets in capital market investments refer to assets that are held specifically for certain purposes or requirements. In the context of investment funds or asset management structures, special assets refer to assets held within a specific fund or investment strategy.

These assets are legally segregated from other assets and are subject to specific legal and contractual provisions designed to ensure that they are used exclusively for the specified purposes. For example, investment fund assets may be held as separate assets, which are held separately from the assets of the fund company and its creditors in order to protect the interests of investors.

The management and use of special assets is subject to strict regulations to ensure that they are used in accordance with the investment objectives and legal requirements.

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