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The marketing of new securities, usually through sales to institutional investors. See: Float.


The act or process of selling a new issue of a security to investors. Most of the time, a placement must be registered with the SEC before it can actually take place. See also: Private placement.


To sell a new securities issue.


an aspect of DISTRIBUTION concerned with ensuring that a firm's products are available for consumers to purchase at appropriate locations.


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In addition to a "do-no-harm" ethic, geotourism seeks to enhance prospects for sustainable development based on the specific character of a given place rather than on standardized international branding, generic architecture and food, etc.
To remind, new jami had to be built on crossroads of Mahatma Gandhi and Kasymaly Bayalinov streets, however it turned out later that given place was inappropriate for construction of a large building.
1 : to remain or cause to remain in a given place, situation, or condition <Keep off the grass.
Place-based decision-making is defined, not only by the geographic boundary, but by the decision-makers--the people who live and work in the given place play an active role in designing and implementing place-wide plans that provide a context for government decision-making.
and my own is that mine is more generalized: for a given pathogen in a given place, there is a single reservoir.
Juan's got some rent-scam going that allows him to stay in a given place rent-free for months at a time.
It is predicated on our belief of the possible and attainable harmony between our material and spiritual worlds coming together; its realization to be meaningful is contingent to and through individual realization of a collective aspiration in a given place and time.
The theological principle at the basis of this view is the role of the local bishop whose powers come, not by delegation from Rome but from his ordination as a successor to the Apostles with the immediate consequence that the local, diocesan Church "is the church at a given place.
This book is, however, a must have item if one intends to employ the most sophisticated analyses available to address problems of deciphering spatial patterns of plants living together in a given place.
I was a wild rose given place in the hair of an odalisque
The first type concerns all of the sectors of the French grammatical system that have given place during their history to fluctuations in the usage and about which "remarquers" and grammarians multiplied their opinions and prescriptions.
At any given moment, in any given place, cameras are capturing sobbing victims' eyewitness accounts of terror.