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Synonyms for fund

Synonyms for fund

the monetary resources of a government, organization, or individual

to supply capital to or for

Synonyms for fund

convert (short-term floating debt) into long-term debt that bears fixed interest and is represented by bonds

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place or store up in a fund for accumulation

provide a fund for the redemption of principal or payment of interest

invest money in government securities

accumulate a fund for the discharge of a recurrent liability

furnish money for

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The increased appetite of funders to invest in litigation is a natural consequence of growing certainty in enforcement regimes and the DIFC Court is a key driver in increasing judicial certainty in the region.
Analyze trends in funding for financial inclusion in order to anticipate changes and therefore help funders adapt their strategy
Businesses will need to submit an application to pitch at the conference where successful applicants will be given the chance to meet with all 25 funders to present their case.
Other weaknesses identified in the report include failures by funders to consider the viability, capacity and capability of grant recipients, together with a lack of clarity on the expected project outcomes.
But if a bank or funder knows that a corporate finance adviser has spent their time and expertise on a proposition and have given it a 'sense check', it can make a real difference to the outcome.
By combining the results of a survey with contributors with recorded patterns of actual funding activity, the researchers were able to show that self-presentation is linked with significant variations in the behaviour of online funders, especially in terms of their visible and non-visible activities.
The 'Future Founders and Future Funders Programme' was launched at the Women's College in Zayed University, Dubai, and targeted women who were considering a career in finance or were interested in entrepreneurship.
Said Danielle Berfond, Bridgespan case team leader and the report's co-author, "We have seen some NGOs and funders taking the initiative to close the leadership development gap, and we believe these practices can be replicated across the sector to bolster leadership teams.
but funders need to recognize that collaborations are the branches of the tree, not the tree itself.
On the issue of security for costs, the LRC considers that there is no need to give an arbitral tribunal the power to order security for costs against a third party funder, as the powers of an arbitral tribunal under the Arbitration Ordinance to order a party to give security for costs afford adequate protection.
The acquisition will also benefit institutions and funders.
Although there are various different ways of procuring a construction project, funders typically favour a 'turnkey' solution under which the contractor takes full responsibility for the design, construction, testing and completion of the project.
The platform, which provides funders, merchants and Independent service providers (ISOs) a remittance gateway to initiate and manage transactions, and integrates with company APIs (application programming interfaces), can now be used on the move.
At the time, FW Capital was one of the few funders in the region offering established small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) an alternative funding source and we saw a good selection of potential investment opportunities from the types of businesses the fund was set up to back.
Explaining to funders the need to support play at camp as a critical developmental aspect of childhood is different.