Guaranteed Share

(redirected from Guaranteed Shares)

Guaranteed Share

A share of stock in a company for which another company or bank promises to pay dividends in case the issuing company defaults. Because guaranteed shares carry lower risk, they are usually more expensive than non-guaranteed stocks.
References in periodicals archive ?
Such well-chosen insults were guaranteed shares on social media.
Cornerstone investors are a handful of elite institutional investors who are guaranteed shares early in initial public offerings (IPOs) in exchange for a pledge to hold the stocks for a period.
The agreement states that the NCUSIF obligation to pay guaranteed shares "arises only upon the liquidation" of the corporate.
By agreeing to "pay" for the underwater stock options with guaranteed shares (subject only to time vesting), Apple shareholders absorbed the risk and have reaped the rewards as if they were themselves option holders.
The acquisition will be financed by bank loans and a SEK562m guaranteed shares issue with preferential rights for Meda's shareholders.
The Sheriff's Department and local police departments would get guaranteed shares and funding protections.
If fishermen were allocated guaranteed shares of the catch, they would no longer have to compete with each other for fish.
Necessity of Administrative Sanction: The Canadian system vests Revenue Canada-Taxation with considerable discretion and too frequently requires confirmation by Revenue Canada-Taxation that a proposed acquisition or restructuring does not contravene either GAAR or subsection 55(2), or that the taxpayer does not have term preferred shares acquired in the ordinary course of business, or taxable preferred shares, or taxable RFI shares, or short-term preferred shares, or guaranteed shares, or collaterized loss preferred shares.
375 million for temporary fee reductions or eliminations on SBA loans and increased SBA guaranteed shares, up to 90 percent for certain loans
The Asset Sale Agreement obligates HEB to register the HEB Common Stock, sets periodic limits on the number of these shares that may be sold and requires HEB to pay ISI an amount equal to the product received by multiplying (i) the number of Guaranteed Shares remaining unsold on March 17, 2006 and (ii) $ 1.
In excess of 90 percent of the outstanding shares have been tendered if the guaranteed shares are included.
Full browser ?