investible

investible
investible in‧vest‧i‧ble [ɪnˈvestbl] , investable adjective FINANCE
an investible income, fund etc is available to invest:

• The excess of investible funds over the supply of securities looks set to remain for at least another financial year.

• A typical private banking customer has at least $250,000 in annual income and $1 million in investible assets.

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investible UK US /ɪnˈvestəbl/ adjective [before noun] UK FINANCE
INVESTABLE(Cf. ↑investable)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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