shelf offering

shelf offering
offering of registered securities covered by a prospectus whose distribution is not underwritten ( underwrite) on a firm commitment basis. The shares may be sold in one block or in small amounts from time to time in agency or principal transactions. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary
See: Rule 415. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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shelf offering shelf offering offering

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shelf offering UK US noun [C] STOCK MARKET, FINANCE
a situation where a company sells a particular group of new shares or bonds over a period of time, or the shares, etc. involved: »

Although the shelf offering the company filed June 15 was for $200 million, they have no immediate plans to return to the market.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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