Income Deposit Security

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Income Deposit Security

A security that combines common stock and bonds. That is, when one purchases an IDS, one has effectively purchased a common share and part of a bond issue. This combines the stability of coupon payments with the potential for high returns of common stock. After a certain period of time, the investor may split an IDS into its component parts and sell them separately. An income deposit security is also called an income participating security and an enhanced income security.
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Keystone has given notice that its subordinated notes (including the subordinated notes forming a part of the income participating securities of Keystone) will be redeemed on April 26, 2010.
Each of the Company's Income Participating Securities is comprised of one common share and $5.
Federal Trade Commission (the "FTC") in connection with SCI's tender offer (the "Offer") for all of the issued and outstanding common shares, including those represented by income participating securities, (the "Keystone Shares") in the capital of Keystone North America Inc.
acquired approximately a 60 percent interest in FMF Capital LLC, funded by an offering of income participating securities [IPS(TM)] totaling Cdn$197 million and separately issued notes totaling approximately Cdn$22 million.
Program Highlights: * What are IDS and how are they attractive to issuers and investors * What types of companies make good candidates for an IDS financing structure * How are these transactions structured and valued * Key tax, accounting and legal consequences of purchase, ownership and disposition * IDS as an alternative to private sale or traditional pure equity sale * Impact of IDS in the M&A and LBO markets * What are Income Participating Securities and how attractive are they to US investors This conference is sponsored by Dechert and Standard & Poor's CVC.
Program Highlights: -- What are IDS and how are they attractive to issuers and investors -- What types of companies make good candidate for an IDS financing structure -- How are these transactions structured and valued -- Key tax, accounting and legal consequences of purchase, ownership and disposition -- IDS as an alternative to private sale or traditional pure equity sale -- Impact of IDS in the M&A and LBO markets -- What are Income Participating Securities and how attractive are they to US investors This conference is sponsored by Dechert and Standard & Poor's CVC.
5 million Income Participating Securities (IPSs) to Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec (the "Caisse") in a secondary private placement.
Cash available for distributions to holders of the Company's listed Income Participating Securities ("IPSs") in the quarter was $8.
UN) (the "Company") announced today that the underwriters of the initial public offering of income participating securities ("IPSs") of the Company exercised their over-allotment option to purchase 4,800,000 additional IPSs at a purchase price of $10.