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  • Absorbed

    1. In a general business sense, when a cost is treated as an expense instead of being passed on to the customer in the form of higher prices.2. In underwriting…

  • Accelerated Bookbuild

    A form of offering in the equity capital markets. It involves offering shares in a short time period, with little to no marketing. The bookbuild of the…

  • Acquisition

    A corporate action in which a company buys most, if not all, of the target company's ownership stakes in order to assume control of the target firm. Acquisitions…

  • Acquisition Indigestion

    A slang term describing an acquisition or merger in which the companies involved have trouble integrating with one another. Acquisition indigestion may…

  • After-Market Performance

    The price level performance of a newly issued stock after its IPO. There is no standard ending time period that is considered, but after-market performance…

  • Allotment

    During an IPO, this is the number of shares granted to each participating underwriting firm that they are permitted to sell. Remaining surpluses are then…

  • Alphabet Rounds

    The early rounds of funding for a startup company, which get their name because the first is known as Series A financing, followed by Series B financing…

  • Angel Investor

    An investor who provides financial backing for small startups or entrepreneurs. Angel investors are usually found among an entrepreneur’s family and friends…

  • Asset Stripper

    An individual or company, which purchases a corporation with the intention of dividing that corporation up into its parts and selling these parts for…

  • Assimilation

    The absorption of stock by the public from a new issue. Underwriters hope to sell all of a new issue to the public.

  • Back Door Listing

    A strategy of going public used by a company that fails to meet the criteria for listing on a stock exchange. To get onto the exchange, the company desiring…

  • Back Of The Napkin Business Model

    A slang term that refers to the representation of the basic components of a business model excluding any fine details. It incorporates only the core ideas…

  • Back Stop

    The act of providing last-resort support or security in a securities offering for the unsubscribed portion of shares. A company will try and raise capital…

  • Backstop Purchaser

    An entity that agrees to purchase all the remaining, unsubscribed securities from a rights offering. The backstop purchaser provides security to the issuing…

  • Best Efforts

    An agreement an underwriter makes to act as an agent between an issuing company and investors. In a best efforts agreement, the underwriter agrees to…

  • Blind Pool

    A limited partnership or stock offering with no stated investment goal for the funds that are raised from investors. In a blind pool, money is raised…

  • Blitzkrieg Tender Offer

    A takeover offer that is intended to be so attractive that very few objections will arise and the takeover will occur swiftly. In German, "blitz" means…

  • Blue Sky Laws

    State regulations designed to protect investors against securities fraud by requiring sellers of new issues to register their offerings and provide financial…

  • Book Building

    The process by which an underwriter attempts to determine at what price to offer an IPO based on demand from institutional investors.An underwriter…

  • Book Runner

    The managing or lead underwriter who maintains the books of securities sold for a new issue. In other words, this person is the underwriter who "runs…

  • Booster Shot

    The name given to the first formal recommendation report issued by an underwriter for an IPO. It is presented in the process of the public offering.The…

  • Bootstrap

    A situation in which an entrepreneur starts a company with little capital. An individual is said to be boot strapping when he or she attempts to found…

  • Bootstrapping

    1. A procedure used to calculate the zero-coupon yield curve from market figures. 2. A situation in which an entrepreneur starts a company with little…

  • Bought Deal

    A new share issue that is bought entirely by one underwriter to resell to investors. An underwriter will only do a bought deal if it is confident there…

  • Break Issue

    A type of stock initial public offering (IPO) that trades below the original offering price to the market within the first few months after trading begins…

  • Breaking The Syndicate

    The dissolution of a group of investment bankers that created a syndication to underwrite the issue of a particular security. Prior to termination of…

  • Breakup Fee

    A common fee used in takeover agreements if the seller backs out of a deal to sell to the purchaser. A breakup fee, or termination fee, is required to…

  • Bridge Financing

    A method of financing, used by companies before their IPO, to obtain necessary cash for the maintenance of operations. These funds are usually supplied…

  • Broad-Based Weighted Average Ratchet

    A mechanism seen in early-stage, pre-public companies in response to a subsequent round of financing that involves issuing shares at a lower price than…

  • Brought Over The Wall

    A situation where an employee in the research department of an investment bank - usually a research analyst - is brought over to work for the underwriting…

  • Bulge Bracket

    A slang term used to describe the company or companies who issued the largest amount of securities on a new issue in an underwriting syndicate, or who…

  • Burn Rate

    The rate at which a new company uses up its venture capital to finance overhead before generating positive cash flow from operations. In other words…

  • Business Development Company - BDC

    A company that is created to help grow small companies in the initial stages of their development. BDCs are very similar to venture capital funds. Many…

  • Business Starts Index

    A compilation of statistics published by Dun & Bradstreet that reports the number of businesses – incorporated and unincorporated – that start each week…

  • Buy, Strip And Flip

    When a private equity firm buys out a target firm (usually with a leveraged buyout) and then sells the target firm in an IPO within a relatively short…

  • Buy-In Management Buyout - BIMBO

    A form of a buyout that incorporates characteristics of both a management buyout and a management buy-in. A BIMBO occurs when existing management - along…

  • Carried Interest

    A share of any profits that the general partners of private equity and hedge funds receive as compensation, despite not contributing any initial funds…

  • Carve-out

    1. Sometimes known as a partial spinoff, a carve out occurs when a parent company sells a minority (usually 20% or less) stake in a subsidiary for an…

  • Cash Accumulation Method

    A mathematical method of comparing the costs of different cash value life insurance policies. The cash accumulation method assumes that the death benefits…

  • Club Deal

    A private equity buyout or the assumption of a controlling interest in a company that involves several different private equity firms. This group of firms…

  • Comfort Letter

    A letter given to organizations or persons of interest by external auditors regarding statutory audits, statements and reports used in a prospectus. The…

  • Committed Capital

    A contractual agreement between an investor and a venture-capital fund that obligates the investor to contribute money to the fund. The investor may pay…

  • Competitive Bid

    A process whereby an underwriter submits a sealed bid to the issuer. The issuer awards the contract to the underwriter with the best price and contract…

  • Concession

    A selling group's compensation in a stock or bond underwriting agreement. This is usually on a per-share or per-bond basis.

  • Contingent Guarantee

    A guarantee of payment that is dependent on one or more future events. Here's an example of a contingent guarantee: say a bank writes a guarantee of…

  • Contingent Value Rights - CVR

    A type of right given to shareholders of an acquired company (or a company facing major restructuring) that ensures they receive additional benefit if…

  • Corporatization

    The act of reorganizing the structure of government owned entity into a legal entity with the corporate structure found in publicly trade companies. These…

  • Countertrend Strategy

    A trading strategy where an investor attempts to make small gains through a series of trades against the current trend. It is also known as "counter-trend…

  • Crammed Down

    1. A situation in which venture capitalists refuse to invest in a new project unless the preceding investors of the company lower the value of their original…

  • Credit Sleeve

    A form of credit agreement, backed by physical assets, where the lending party will provide working capital and collateral to another company, known as…

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