|A financial institution that assists in the issue of new securities by agreeing to purchase any unsold securities, thereby guaranteeing that they will be fully subscribed.
The investment banking firm that brought the company public.
A firm engaged in the business of effecting securities and other transactions for the accounts of ...
Investments in debt securities are carried at amortized cost only when they qualify as 'held-to-maturity.'' To ...
The Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval database run by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ...
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