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Unlisted Company

A company with stock that is not traded on an exchange. Very often, unlisted companies are very small and do not trade on an exchange because they do not meet market capitalization requirements. Unlisted companies may be traded informally (theoretically, one may stand on a street corner and sell his/her stocks), but the term usually refers to companies traded through a dealer network. See also: Over-the-counter.
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ISLAMABAD -- In order to ensure the compliance of prevailing laws and statues by regulatees, the Enforcement Department of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has taken enforcement action against directors and auditors of 20 listed and unlisted companies.
The fund will invest in small and midsize companies willing to go public as well as group firms of listed corporations and make profits by selling its stakes when the unlisted companies eventually go public, the sources said.
It focuses on investments in unlisted companies and its expertise spans all types of Private Equity (LBO, venture, capital development, funds from primary or secondary funds).
They include 325 private companies followed by 23 single-member companies, 5 public unlisted companies, 6 non-profit associations and 5 foreign companies.
UOBVM manages a family of venture capital funds, providing financing to unlisted companies through direct equity investment.
This scheme is applicable to all unlisted companies.
dedicated to private equity investments in unlisted companies.
The private companies have the highest share in new incorporation totaling to 323, followed by 21 single-member companies, 2 public unlisted companies, 5 non-profit association and foreign companies each.
Semeniuk is experienced in valuation matters including providing fairness opinions for transactions involving listed and unlisted companies in various sectors, including the mining industry.
RiskCalc is the industry's first credit risk tool focused wholly on measuring the creditworthiness of South African private unlisted companies.
319, followed by 21 single-member companies, 5 public unlisted companies, 3 non-profit association and 5 foreign companies.
The private companies have the highest share in the new incorporations totalling to 311 followed by 23 single-member companies, 2 public unlisted companies, 5 non-profit associations, 2 foreign companies, from Saudi Arabia and Thailand, and one company limited by guarantee under section 43.