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Financial terms in "Ipos"

1. initial delivery

2. institutional pot

3. group sale

4. assimilation

5. allocation notice

6. beauty contest

7. book running manager

8. fund

9. Investment bank

10. Rights Issue

11. letter of comment

12. co-underwriter

13. general public distribution

14. final prospectus

15. green shoe

16. forced initial public offering

17. initial public offering spinning

18. rule 2790

19. all hands meeting

20. Underwriter

21. hot stock

22. small corporate offering registration

23. distribution capability

24. Registration Statement

25. IPO spinning

26. Exit Strategy

27. syndicate member

28. final negotiations

29. friends and family offering

30. banking syndicate

31. collar

32. spinning

33. calendar report

34. undersubscription

35. floating security

36. flotation costs

37. Hot issue

38. comfort letter

39. quote-only period

40. Offering price

41. new listing

42. syndicate

43. Flotation

44. registration fee

45. Public Issue

46. issue date

47. follow on public offer (FPO)

48. investment banking

49. best efforts offering

50. allottee

51. add-on service

52. subscription period

53. gross proceeds

54. Public Company

55. SEC filing

56. day to day (DTD)

57. investment banker

58. Gross spread

59. Underwriting

60. primary distribution

61. Cooling-Off Period

62. reallowance

63. filing

64. Form S-1

65. gun jumping


67. Registered Company

68. broker loan

69. round of funding

70. minority IPO

71. investment banking group

72. no par value share

73. standby underwriting

74. liquidity event

75. shelf registration

76. book building

77. firm commitment offering

78. carve-out

79. cheap stock

80. Public Securities Association

81. secondary liquidity

82. accelerated bookbuild

83. underwriting group

84. dual syndicate equity offering

85. best effort

86. underwriter's warrants

87. Reverse Merger

88. offering range

89. mispriced

90. competitive offering

91. shadow calendar

92. penalty bid

93. due diligence meeting

94. issuance date

95. originate

96. dual-class ownership

97. quiet filing

98. subsequent offering

99. negotiated underwriting

100. competitive bid

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NASD is the largest self-regulatory organization (SRO) in the United States. Formerly known as the national association of securities dealers, NASD regulates broker-dealer firms and licenses registered representatives - better known as stockbrokers - who make a business of trading securities. In addition, NASD regulates trading in stocks, mutual funds, variable annuities, corporate bonds, and futures and options contracts on securities, and acts as regulator for a number of securities exchanges, NASD also reviews materials that investment companies provide to their clients and prospective clients to ensure those materials comply with the relevant guidelines. Through its BrokerCheck database, NASD provides a resource for investors to check the credentials of people and firms with whom they're considering working. The NASD website also provides investor education and alerts on current issues of importance to investors. Finally, NASD also resolves disputes between broker-dealers and their clients, through either mediation or arbitration. NASD disciplines firms and individuals who violate the rules.

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