unitholder

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unit +‎ holder

Noun[edit]

unitholder (plural unitholders)

  1. (finance) An owner of a beneficial interest ("unit") in a financial entity such as an investment trust.
    • 2007 July 7, Conrad De Aenlle, “Some Experts at Timing Go for Cash”, New York Times:
      Its portfolios have returned more than 20 percent a year after fees for two decades, and those fees — which produce the profits that unitholders have a stake in — have been ample.

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