Definition of QII (qualified institutional investor)

In certain countries where financial markets are not fully liberalised, an institutional investor authorised by the local financial regulator to participate in certain types of transaction as long as specific criteria are met. Depending on local regulations and the investment schemes or markets involved, different conditions may be imposed on domestic and foreign institutions (sometimes called qualified domestic institutional investor or QDII, and qualified foreign institutional investor or QFII).

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