Previously, Keith was a member of the OECD's Informal Consultative Group on the taxation of Collective Investment Vehicles.
What does CIV stand for?
CIV stands for Collective Investment Vehicle (taxation)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of CIV
We have 58 other meanings of CIV in our Acronym Attic
- Certified Issue Voucher (various locations)
- Chambre Immobilière du Valais (French: Valais Real Estate Board; Valais, Switzerland)
- Chaudronnerie Industrielle Vannetaise (French industrial boiler company)
- Chemical Injection Valve (subsea oil & gas)
- City Imperial Volunteers
- Coastal Interceptor Vessel
- Colegio de Ingenieros de Venezuela
- Combined Intermediate Valve
- Comité Interministériel des Villes (French: Interministerial Committee for Cities)
- Commander's Independent Viewer
- Composants Industriels Varay (French industrial parts company)
- Construcción, Infraestructura y Vivienda (Guatemala)
- Containment Isolation Valve
- Continuous Intravenous Infusion
- Corona Inception Voltage
- Cote d'Ivoire (ISO Country code)
- Council for International Visitors
Samples in periodicals archive:
For CPAs with RIA affiliates capable of providing them, offering clients alternatives to bond funds and other collective investment vehicles can add value to the client's portfolio, strengthen the relationship between the client and the firm, and add value to the firm.
Collective investment vehicles now have 8130 billion in Bermuda.
Private investors want a greater exposure to commercial property, whether through their pensions or through the introduction of a collective investment vehicle.
``Investors could look to invest in the stock market through collective investment vehicles such as investment trusts for potentially higher growth prospects over the longer term.
The main savings vehicles are collective investment vehicles - ISAs, OEICs, unit and investment trusts, zeros, investment bonds, National Savings and high-interest deposit accounts with building societies or banks - or a balanced mix of these.