An individual person or entity to whom the value of the premium is assigned in the event of death of the life assured.
Clause in a life insurance policy whereby the subscriber designate the person(s) who will be beneficiaries of the sums guaranteed on the death of the insured(s) (Beneficiary in case of death) or at the end of the term policy (Beneficiary in case of life).
Units in borrowings /Debt securities issued by a company or a state.
Bank mandated by the issuer of a fund to safeguard the securities of the fund and carry out transactions on behalf of the fund.
Sums guaranteed by the insurance policy in the event of the death of the insured.
Type of management of a portfolio of assets or of a fund whereby the financial manager takes the investment decisions itself on behalf of its client, often in the context of a predefined investment profile.
An external fund is a collective investment undertaking established outside the insurance company and subject to an approval procedure and to continuous prudential oversight on the part of a state supervisory authority. (Example: UCITS, investment funds, etc.)
European Directive granting all approved insurance companies established in a member state of the European Union (EU) the benefit of a European passport allowing it to exercise its activity in all the other EU countries without having to be physically established there.
Person on whose life the risk of the insured event rests.
Collective or dedicated segregated set of assets of an insurance undertaking, with or without a guaranteed return.
Limited set of assets of an insurance undertaking, with or without a guaranteed return, open to a large number of subscribers.
Internal fund with no guaranteed return and serving as the vehicle for a single policy.
An entity duly approved by the competent controlling body of its country of residence, mandated by the insurance company to execute the management mandate of a fund, whether internal collective or internal dedicated.
Total value of the assets of a fund or of a unit of a fund at a given date.
Part of a company's capital in the form of a negotiable security.
Natural or legal person entering into commitments with the insurance company.
(In the context of a life insurance policy in units of account) Transactions consisting in buying units in one or more funds with the proceeds from the sale of units in one or more other funds.
Sum of the commitments of an insurance company vis-à-vis all its subscribers and policies.
Fund / Investment vehicle investing in transferable securities and allowing collective management.
Unit or share in an investment fund.
A share is said to be unlisted when it cannot be traded in a stock exchange. In this case, the unlisted company has not called upon the public for its savings.