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  • Deal Flow

    The rate at which new proposals are flowing to the underwriters of an investment bank. Proposals include initial public offerings (IPO) of securities…

  • Death Valley Curve

    A slang phrase used in venture capital to refer to the period of time from when a startup firm receives an initial capital contribution to when it begins…

  • Debt Financing

    When a firm raises money for working capital or capital expenditures by selling bonds, bills, or notes to individual and/or institutional investors. In…

  • Deficiency Letter

    A letter, issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) indicating a significant deficiency or omission in a registered statement or prospectus…

  • Depository Trust Company Tracking - DTCT

    A service, used by underwriting firms, that provides a method of tracking the exact path of purchases and sales of newly issued securities. Underwriters…

  • Derivative Product Company - DPC

    A special-purpose entity created to be a counter-party to financial derivate transactions. A derivative product company will often originate the derivative…

  • Devolvement

    When the undersubscription of a security issue forces the underwriting investment bank to purchase unsold securities during an offering. Devolvement is…

  • Diluted Founders

    A slang term often used by venture capitalists to describe the process by which the founders of a startup gradually lose ownership of the company they…

  • Direct Public Offering - DPO

    When a company raises capital by marketing its shares directly to its own customers, employees, suppliers, distributors and friends in the community…

  • Discounts For Lack Of Marketability - DLOM

    A method used to help calculate the value of closely held and restricted shares. The theory behind DLOM is that a discount exists between the value of…

  • Down Round

    A round of financing where investors purchase stock from a company at a lower valuation than the valuation placed upon the company by earlier investors…

  • Drip Feed

    1. The process of investing on an ongoing basis in a small but growing firm over a period of time. Essentially, a drip feed results in a startup company…

  • Drive-By Deal

    Slang referring to a deal in which a venture capitalist invests in a startup with the goal of a quick exit strategy. The VC takes little to no role in…

  • Dry Powder

    A slang term for cash reserves kept on hand to cover future obligations. For example, if a venture capitalist expects bad times in the IPO markets you…

  • Due Diligence Meeting

    The process of careful investigation by an underwriter to ensure that all material information pertinent to a security issue has been disclosed to prospective…

  • Earnout

    A contractual provision stating that the seller of a business is to obtain additional future compensation based on the business achieving certain future…

  • Economic Blight

    The visible and physical decline of a property, neighborhood or city due to a combination of economic downturns, residents and businesses leaving the…

  • Effective Date

    The date, declared by the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), on which shares can start trading. This usually refers to the date when shares become…

  • Employee Buyout - EBO

    A restructuring strategy in which employees buy a majority stake in their own firms. This form of buyout is often done by firms looking for an alternative…

  • Equipment Trust Certificate

    A debt instrument that allows a company to take possession of an asset and pay for it over time. The debt issue is secured by the equipment or physical…

  • Equity Capital Market - ECM

    A market that exists between companies and financial institutions that is used to raise equity capital for the companies. Some activities that companies…

  • Exit Strategy

    1. The method by which a venture capitalist or business owner intends to get out of an investment that he or she has made in the past. In other words…

  • Fabless Company

    The Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA) defines fabless as follows: Fabless (without fab) refers to the business methodology of outsourcing the manufacturing…

  • Final Prospectus

    1. The final version of a prospectus for a public offering of securities. This document is complete in all details concerning the offering and is referred…

  • Firm Commitment

    1. A lending institution's promise to enter into a loan agreement with a specific entity within a certain period of time. 2. An underwriter's agreement…

  • First Mover

    A form of competitive advantage that a company earns by being the first to enter a specific market or industry. Being the first allows a company to acquire…

  • Flotation

    The process of changing a private company into a public company by issuing shares and soliciting the public to purchase them.By doing an IPO, the company…

  • Flotation Cost

    The costs associated with the issuance of new securities. Flotation costs include both the underwriting spread and the costs incurred by the issuing…

  • Follow-On Offering

    An offering of additional shares after a company has had an initial public offering. This sometimes means the company is strapped for cash. So they need…

  • Freed Up

    1. A slang phrase used in the underwriting process to refer to the time when the underwriters are no longer obligated to sell securities at the agreed…

  • Friendly Hands

    A nickname for investors in an IPO who will likely hold onto the security for a long time.In contrast to a flipper, a friendly hand generally tends to…

  • Friends and Family Shares

    When a company gives pre-IPO shares to friends and family members. Such stock is sometimes referred to as directed shares.

  • Fully Subscribed

    A situation in which an underwriting firm has successfully sold to investors all of its available issues of a public offering of securities. When the…

  • Funding Gap

    The amount of money needed to fund the ongoing operations or future development of a business or project that is not currently provided by cash, equity…

  • Furlough

    A temporary layoff, involuntary leave or other modification of normal working hours without pay for a specified duration. Furloughs are used in the military…

  • General Public Distribution

    A type of primary market offering in which the securities being issued are available to anyone who has the ability to purchase them. This differs from…

  • Greeks

    Dimensions of risk involved in taking a position in an option (or other derivative). Each risk variable is a result of an imperfect assumption or relationship…

  • Greensheet

    An information circular prepared by an underwriter that summarizes the main components of a new issue's prospectus. A greensheet contains both advantages…

  • Greenshoe Option

    A provision contained in an underwriting agreement that gives the underwriter the right to sell investors more shares than originally planned by the issuer…

  • Grey Market

    1. A market where a product is bought and sold outside of the manufacturer's authorized trading channels. 2. The unofficial trading of a company's shares…

  • Gross Spread

    The difference between the underwriting price received by the issuing company and the actual price offered to the public. By charging the public a higher…

  • Gun Jumping

    1. The illegal practice of soliciting orders to buy a new issue before registration of the initial public offering (IPO) has been approved by the Securities…

  • Hot IPO

    An initial public offering that appeals to many investors and for which there is great demand. Hot IPOs are often oversubscribed - meaning market demand…

  • Hot Issue

    An issue that sells at a premium over the public offering price on the first day of trading. During 1998-99, many internet stocks shot up dramatically…

  • Impact Day

    The day that a corporation has a secondary offering of shares to the public. This typically results in a downward movement in share prices because of the excess supply.

  • Incorporation

    The process of legally declaring a corporate entity as separate from its owners.  Incorporation has many advantages for a business and its owners, including:1)…

  • Incubator Firm

    A firm engaged in the business of fostering early-stage companies through the developmental phases until such time as the company has sufficient financial…

  • Indication of Interest - IOI

    An underwriting expression showing a conditional, non-binding interest in buying a security that is currently in registration (awaiting effectiveness…

  • Initial Offering Date

    1. The date at which a security is first made available for public purchase. The initial offering date is set during the underwriting process. For stocks…

  • Initial Public Offering - IPO

    The first sale of stock by a private company to the public. IPOs are often issued by smaller, younger companies seeking the capital to expand, but can…

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USDCHF 02.21 06:02 0.992 0.9886 +34
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