Negotiated sale

Negotiated sale

Determining the terms of an offering by negotiation between the issuer and the underwriter rather than through competitive bidding by underwriting groups.

Negotiated Sale

An agreement made directly between an issuer of a security and an underwriter whereby the underwriter will place the new issue with investors in exchange for a commission or fee. The commission or fee is negotiated directly between the issuer and the underwriter; this contrasts with competitive bidding, where an issuer attempts to extract the best price from many different underwriters.
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The County s Debt Management Policy requires the issuance of bonds through a competitive bid process, unless unique market conditions or the unique nature of the bond issue necessitate a negotiated sale.
The Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) recently updated four of its best practices relating to selecting the method of sale and hiring outside professionals: Selecting Financial Advisors, Selecting and Managing the Method of Sale of State and Local Government Bonds, Selecting Underwriters for Negotiated Bond Sales, and Pricing Bonds in a Negotiated Sale.
The issuance will offer 40-year fixed-rate tax-exempt bonds in a negotiated sale.
has posted over 27,000 gross tons of different grades of ferrous scrap metals for negotiated sale.
In the midst of an eternal debate over competitive versus negotiated sale of debt, the California Debt Advisory Commission sought to provide public agencies with a rational framework for deciding which method of sale best serves their particular interests.
11 via a negotiated sale through a syndicate led by Southwest Securities, Inc.
The principals and associates of MetaPartners have negotiated sale and lease transactions valued at more than $300 million.
The GO bonds and COs are scheduled to sell via negotiated sale with Southwest Securities as sole underwriter on November 16, 2006.
Under his leadership, the Public Development grew from a small vehicle for the negotiated sale of city-owned industrial property into the city's lead development agency.
The series 2006 A, B, E, and F bonds, all of which are subject to the federal alternative minimum tax (AMT), and taxable series 2006C are scheduled for negotiated sale during the week of November 13.
The bonds, originally scheduled for negotiated sale in April 2006, were delayed due to market conditions.
The bonds are scheduled for negotiated sale on or about March 28, 2006 by Raymond James Associates and are secured by a lien on the gross revenues derived from the operation of the Port of Tampa.
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