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An investing account that's in the name of specific individuals or entities.
The difference between a separate account and a mutual fund is that the investor of a separate account owns the stocks or securities in the account rather than shares in a basket of securities. You need a lot of dough—like $100G or more—to invest in a separate account since the money isn't being pooled together.