The making available of a new securities issue to the public through an underwriting. also called public offering.
An issue of SECURITIES offered for sale to the public or a private group. Generally, securities offerings are either primary (the proceeds to the company for some lawful purpose) or secondary (the proceeds to a person other than the company, i.e., selling stockholders). PRIMARY OFFERINGS are also termed "new issues" because they involve the issuance of securities not previously offered and sold.
All methods, private or public, by which companies offer or sell securities to investors.
A distribution of securities from a company through a public offering or a private placement.
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The offer and sale of securities in a production entity made in reliance on Regulation D, promulgated by the Securities and Exchange Commission and various state exemptions from registration, or some other authorizing law or regulation.
The presentation by an issuer and/or underwriter for the purchase or sale of a security. An offering is either registered or exempt from state and/or federal securities registration requirements.
A set of securities that a trader or portfolio manager wants to buy or sell.