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Aum (ä·ōōmˑ), 1. in Ayurveda, the subtle, noiseless cosmic vibration in which consciousness existed in the beginning, before the elements appeared. Also called
Om. 2. mantra seed syllable often used in meditation.
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In addition, some investors may not have easy access to advisers who charge AUM fees.
Advisors who are compensated by AUM fees take a hit to revenues every time the markets go down.
Ultimately, the impact of the declining cost of beta on advisory fees will likely depend on exactly what value propositions the advisor provides in the first place, as some are more or less conducive to AUM pricing, and are more or less exposed to pricing pressure.
Aum Shinrikyo members testified in 1995 that they were working with B.
Former senior AUM member Kazuaki Okazaki, 41, is appealing against his death sentence at the Supreme Court.
Aum Shinrikyo launched into a period of violent activities, including the murder of a dissident wanting to leave in 1989, the murder of an attorney, who was investigating Aum, along with his wife and baby son in 1989, the release of sarin gas in 1994 in the town of Matsumoto killing 7 and injuring hundreds, detention, kidnapping and torture of numerous people attempting to escape Aum, the murder of the brother of a member in 1995, and finally the release of sarin gas on the Tokyo subway in 1995 killing 12 and injuring over 5,000 people.
The suspension came a day after police disclosed that several computer software companies linked to AUM developed about 100 systems for some 90 major companies and central and local government ministries, including the Defense Agency.
The commission said AUM no longer posed a threat to society as it had been declared bankrupt and Asahara, whose real name is Chizuo Matsumoto, and most of his followers had been arrested.
Among the 184,000 religious groups registered in Japan, Aum clearly constitutes an exception to general trends.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-March 14, 2016-Invesco reports February AUM
Officials from the Justice Ministry's Public Security Intelligence Agency on Thursday began inspecting 21 facilities of Aleph, the religious group formerly known as AUM Shinrikyo whose founder and senior members were convicted of staging the 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway system.