Securities/shares not listed on an official stock exchange list.
Refers to securities which are not listed on the ASX or any other organised stock exchange.
Holdings in companies which do not form part of the main stock market. They may be developing companies or smaller companies whose shares are not frequently traded. Unlisted securities are usually less liquid than those traded in the main markets.
stocks or shares of companies not listed on the main stock exchanges.
Stocks and bonds not listed on a national or regional stock exchange that are traded in the over-the-counter market.
Refers to securities which are not traded on a recognised exchange.
Securities which do not meet the listing requirements of the NZX may be quoted and traded on the secondary board known as the Unlisted Securities Facility. The unlisted market is a secondary market operated by the New Zealand Stock Exchange on which small to medium sized companies are traded. The NZX does not guarantee any transactions that occur on the unlisted market nor place any capital requirements on the companies listed. Its only role is to provide a market where buyers and sellers can meet and trades can be reported.
Securities which are not listed on an organised stock exchange.
Securities that are not listed on an exchange.
Securities which are not listed on a recognized Stock Exchange.