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investor protectionnoun [U]

uk   us   FINANCE
protection of ​investors so that they do not ​losemoney if their ​investmentsfail: There is now ​fullinvestorprotection up to £35,000.
protection of ​investors so that they do not ​losemoney if ​people get ​money from them dishonestly: The ​group is ​dedicated to ​investorprotection through comprehensive ​regulation.
protection of ​investors so that they are not ​soldfinancialproducts that they do not need or that will ​lose them ​money: The Financial Services ​Act set up the ​system of ​investorprotection.
(Definition of investor protection from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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