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B-Share

A share in a mutual fund to which a fee is charged when the share is sold within a certain number of years. That is, when an investor initially buys a B-share, he/she agrees to pay a third party (usually a financial institution or broker) a certain percentage of the share's value if he/she decides to sell it within five to 10 years, depending on the specific nature of the agreement. The fee usually declines by the year until the maximum number of years is reached. A B-share is one type of load fund. See also: A-share, C-share, No-load fund.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-March 13, 2018-Biohit reports on subscription of B-shares
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-March 13, 2018-Biohit reports on subscription of B-shares
77m B-shares in AB Volvo to both Nomura International Plc and Barclays Capital Securities Ltd.
On 15 November 2017 Norchem AS in Denmark (in which Laurence Odfjell, Chairman of the Board in Odfjell SE, has a controlling interest), acquired 133 000 Odfjell B-shares in Odfjell SE at NOK 28,50 per share.
The change refers to an issue of 2,300,000 new class C shares in December of which 1,700,000 then have been reclassified to class B-shares to enable future delivery of class B shares to participants in Tele2's retention and performance based incentive programme for senior executives and other key employees, which was approved by the Annual General Meeting of shareholders held on 19 May 2015.
It has purchased 13,002,396 of Jiangling's Hong Kong dollar-denominated B-shares (200550.
At the same time, the number of own shares held by the company amounted to 638 B-shares.
The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index, covering both A- and B-shares, plunged 8.
Under Philippine law, B-shares are open to Filipino and foreign investors while A-shares are exclusive to Filipino investors.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 19, 2018-Metsa Board reports on conversion of A-shares into B-shares
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-February 19, 2018-Metsa Board reports on conversion of A-shares into B-shares
The change refers to an issue of 2,300,000 new class C shares in December of which 1,700,000 then have been reclassified to class B-shares to enable future delivery of class B shares to participants in Tele2s retention and performance based incentive programme for senior executives and other key employees, which was approved by the Annual General Meeting of shareholders held on 19 May 2015.