equal shares swap


equal shares swap
Applies mainly to convertible securities ( convertible security). Selling the underlying common and reinvesting the proceeds in as much of the convertible as can be converted into the number of common shares just sold. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary
See equal dollar swap. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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