all-or-none offering(redirected from All or none)
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The offering of a security in which the entire issue must be sold or the offering is void. The lead underwriter has the ability to cancel the offering if the entire issue is not sold. Most best effort deals are all-or-none offerings.
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A securities offering in which the entire issue must be sold or the securities will be withdrawn from distribution. With an all-or-none offering, no sale is considered final until the issuer has determined that the entire issue has been distributed.
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