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Financial terms in "Venture Capital"

1. due diligence

2. first-round financing

3. pitch

4. corporate venture capital

5. committed capital

6. Startup

7. sponsor

8. term sheet

9. Exit Strategy

10. placement agent

11. Limited partnership

12. venture

13. vintage year

14. mezzanine debt

15. angel investor

16. private equity firm

17. add-on service

18. fund

19. death valley curve

20. First Chicago method

21. venture capitalist

22. liquidation preference

23. risk

24. invisible venture capital

25. Incubator

26. seed capital

27. Private Equity

28. venture capital limited partnership

29. owner-employee

30. civilian unemployment rate

31. series 22

32. direct financing

33. capital call

34. Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA)

35. down round

36. financing

37. ground floor

38. deal

39. full ratchet

40. realization multiple

41. master limited partnership

42. venture-capital-backed IPO

43. private equity fund

44. venture capital firm

45. venture capital fund

46. Venture Capital

47. risk capital

48. lead investor

49. low-income housing limited partnership

50. round of funding

51. Limited partner

52. liquidity event

53. investee

54. traunch

55. financier

56. adventure capitalist

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Financial Industry Regulation Authority

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A regulatory body that resulted from merging the NASD and the NYSE regulatory committees. From the 2011 FINRA website, "The financial industry regulatory authority (FINRA) is the largest independent regulator for all securities firms doing business in the United States. FINRA’s mission is to protect America’s investors by making sure the securities industry operates fairly and honestly. All told, FINRA oversees nearly 4,535 brokerage firms, about 163,620 branch offices and approximately 631,640 registered securities representatives. FINRA touches virtually every aspect of the securities business—from registering and educating industry participants to examining securities firms; writing rules; enforcing those rules and the federal securities laws; informing and educating the investing public; providing trade reporting and other industry utilities; and administering the largest dispute resolution forum for investors and registered firms. We also perform market regulation under contract for the major U.S. stock markets, including the new york stock exchange, nyse arca, NYSE Amex, The nasdaq stock market and the international securities exchange."

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