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Qualified Institutional Investor

An institutional investor allowed to privately place securities with other institutional investors without registering the trade with the SEC. This requires that the private placement be for investment purposes and not for resale to the general public; it also requires that the institutional investors have at least $100 million dollars under management. It is also known as a Qualified Institutional Buyer (QIB). See also: Private placement memorandum, Rule 144A.

qualified institutional investor

An institutional investor that is permitted by the Securities and Exchange Commission to trade private placement securities without registering the securities with the SEC.
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If the UAE has today clinched a place in the Under-19 World Cup, it is purely due to the initiative taken by coach quib Javed, who immediately on taking charge, visited many private academies and schools to spot young talent.
We were in a practice session in Abu Dhabi before the start of the tri-series when coach quib Javed came up to me and congratulated me.
3 [position] for the U-19 but quib sir promoted me to the top of the order to weather the new ball.
Suri had already caught the eye of the UAE coach quib Javed and he will be boarding the flight for the 50-over World Cup qualifiers in New Zealand early next year.
The good sign is they have realised that they are not lesser than anyone," said UAE coach quib Javed adding that he was really happy to see the way his side went about the run chase.
They carried their coach quib Javed on their shoulders for helping them achieve their dream of playing in a World Cup.
They have toiled hard, utilising all their time after their day jobs to sharpen their skills and their coach, quib Javed, has been instrumental in transforming them into a winning unit.
Kolkata: Former Pakistan pacer quib Javed is one of the few bowlers who has the rare honour of dismissing Sachin Tendulkar for a first-ball duck.
On that date, Standard & Poor's will withdraw the QUIBS rating.
The QUIBS are expected to be traded on the New York Stock Exchange.