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Total expense ratio
The total expense ratio (TER), also known as the 'expense ratio' is a way to capture the annual costs associated with running a fund such as a unit trust.
A government bond is an IOU issued by the central bank, which it guarantees to repay at a given date. In the US, these are referred to as Treasuries.
A legal arrangement whereby the creator of the trust transfers property to another person(s) (the trustee(s)) to hold for the benefit of another person(s) – the beneficiary(ies).