Asset Management Company
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General Meeting of Unitholders
The General Meeting of Unitholders corresponds to the general meeting of shareholders of a stock company, and is the supreme decision-making body of an investment corporation. The unitholders have voting rights, in accordance with the number of investment units they own, for certain matters designated by the Investment Trusts Act or
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors corresponds to the board of directors of a stock company, and comprises the executive officer(s) and supervising officer(s) who execute and represent the business of an investment corporation. The Board of Directors have the right to approve such important matters as those related to fund procurement by the investment corporation and outsourcing of asset management and other operations, as well as the authorities designated by the Investment Trusts Act and the Articles of Incorporation and the authorities to supervise the execution of duties of the executive officer(s).
Asset Custodian and General Administrator
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