Competitive bidders

Competitive bidders

One of two categories of bidders on Treasury securities: competitive and noncompetitive. Competitive bidders are usually financial institutions.

Competitive Bidders

Institutions that make sealed bids to a bond issuer containing a prospective price and terms for an issue. On the close date of bidding, the issuer picks the best price and terms from among the competitive bidders. Competitive bidding is one of two processes by which the U.S. Government issues Treasury securities. This is also used for various other ventures, from IPOs to project finance.
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Enhancing our technology enables our customers to optimize their M&A transactions by doing deals faster, securely displaying their assets to a larger number of competitive bidders, and therefore maximizing ROI," said Ed Bifulk, President, Merrill DataSite.
But with an opportunity as rare and desirable as this, and with the national interest generated by this auction, it's not surprising that a buyer wanted to step up and take this property off the market rather than facing the challenges of other competitive bidders," said Good.
Competitive bidders are invited to submit competing bid proposals, provided the terms of the offer are higher or more favorable to TearDrop and exceed the minimum bid requirement as approved by the court.
This level of expertise will serve EuroTelecom well in developing new business in the mid-price range IT markets where larger companies are not competitive bidders.
The other four competitive bidders wish to convert the station to religious programming.
Low-cost electricity from competitive bidders and the New York Power Authority is helping to protect 250,000 jobs, including 11,000 new jobs," said C.
Army reveal Bantam Auto's secret design for the Jeep to competitive bidders Ford and Willys?
The only danger to the transaction is if any competitive bidders like ArcSoft are allowed to submit a bid.
and other small businesses to become competitive bidders for gas company work," said Cook.
Pacific Bell/MCI was chosen from a field of 11 competitive bidders.
When MAC initiated a search for a partner with extensive market knowledge and technical expertise, YESCo was chosen from a group of nine competitive bidders.
Previously competitive bidders on the L-159 aircraft program, Rockwell and AlliedSignal opted to join forces and enter the competition as an all-American team that offered the combined strengths of both companies.

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