placing

Term used to describe when a company's broker contacts his own clients and offers the shares to them. The general public will not necessarily be offered any shares.

Placing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Place
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Placing

A form of issue of securities in the UK, typically with a predetermined number of non-retail investors.
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placing

An issue of stocks or shares to a specific group of buyers
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Placing

It is a method of flotation in which a company issues shares to a select group of institutional investors.
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Placing

Physically placing your dogs legs when standing them for the judge
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Placing

Shares are placed with a broker who sells them on behalf of the company to investors who have registered with the broker. If there is not full take up, the shares may subsequently be made available to a wider audience.
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Placing

The deposition, distribution, and consolidation of freshly mixed concrete in the place where it is to harden; also inappropriately referred to as Pouring.
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Placing

The issue of new shares which are sold directly to new shareholders....more on Placing
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Placing

When a company has a new issue of its shares, either as part of an IPO (flotation) or after... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/placing.htm?id=1596&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of placing'>more</a>
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