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  1. Public Offering Price - POP

    The price at which new issues of stock are offered to the public by an underwriter. Because the goal of an IPO is to raise ...
  2. Syndicate

    A professional financial services group formed temporarily for the purpose of handling a large transaction that would be ...
  3. Bulge Bracket

    A slang term used to describe the company or companies that issued the largest amount of securities on a new issue in an ...
  4. Secondary Offering

    1. The issuance of new stock for public sale from a company that has already made its initial public offering (IPO). Usually, ...
  5. Undivided Account

    An underwriting system in which each underwriter in the group is responsible not only for selling its alloted amount of the ...
  6. Brought Over The Wall

    A situation where an employee in the research department of an investment bank - usually a research analyst - is brought ...
  7. Underwriter

    An underwriter is a company or other entity that administers the public issuance and distribution of securities from a corporation ...
  8. Hot IPO

    An initial public offering that appeals to many investors and for which there is great demand. Hot IPOs are often oversubscribed ...
  9. Fully Subscribed

    A situation in which an underwriting firm has successfully sold to investors all of its available issues of a public offering ...
  10. Offering

    The issue or sale of a security by a company. It is often used in reference to an initial public offering (IPO) when a company's ...
  11. Health Savings Account - HSA

    An account created for individuals who are covered under high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) to save for medical expenses ...
  12. Minority IPO

    An initial public offering in which a parent company spins off one of its subsidiaries or divisions, but retains a majority ...
  13. Primary Offering

    The first of issuance of stock for public sale from a private company. This is the means by which a private company can ...
  14. Lead Underwriter

    A investment bank or other financial outfit that has the primary directive for organizing an initial public stock offering, ...
  15. Devolvement

    When the undersubscription of a security issue forces the underwriting investment bank to purchase unsold securities during ...
  16. Re-Offer Price

    A price at which the underwriting syndicate of a debt issue resells the bonds to public investors. The syndicate will purchase ...
  17. Archer MSA

    A savings account that earns tax deductible interest for medical expenses. Archer MSAs are often used by small business or ...
  18. Freed Up

    1. A slang phrase used in the underwriting process to refer to the time when the underwriters are no longer obligated to ...
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