Blackrock Transition Management Agreement

Transition managers are typically able to migrate the portfolio at a lower cost than a company could achieve internally. Companies that offer transition management can also add value by helping to plan for the transition, managing risks during the transition, and reporting after the transition. These companies are often referred to as transitional companies. [1] Transition Management, in the financial sense of the term, is a service normally offered by Sell Side institutions to help companies buy and convert a portfolio of securities. Various events, including acquisitions and management changes, can lead to the transformation of a portfolio. A typical example would be an investment fund that decided to combine two funds into one larger fund. Large quantities of securities must be bought and sold. .

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