Placement


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Placement

The transfering of securities to a small group of investors.

Placement

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.
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7 percent reported that their companies don't do editorial or broadcast placements (paid or unpaid); and 21.
In my view, the cost of an x-ray to confirm correct placement of a blindly inserted tube of any size prior to its initial use to administer formula or medications to critically ill patients is money well spent.
Inappropriate placement of mentally ill patients should be avoided whenever possible, agrees nursing home CEO Melvin Siegel, chairman of the legislative committee of the Illinois Nursing Home Administrators Association.
A review of the ERIC database found several references to reports concerning administrative placement of student service programs within the institution.
Complexity comes not with the number of investors or the size of the placement, says Paul Hastings' Zuppone, but with the complexity of the enterprise.
That was the beginning of a real upswing in product placement spending, which had mostly been in films.
Job placement officers in schools are struggling to tackle this problem.
Drainage that occurs within 2 weeks of tube placement is usually the result of either an infection that had already existed when the tube was placed or contamination of the external auditory canal during the operation.
The selective placement approach of counselor-centered rehabilitation counseling also can be described as more of a "directive approach," due to the necessity of assessing the person and the environment to facilitate good matches between people and jobs (Vandergoot, 1992, p.
In essence, a private placement wrapper places investments a taxpayer might make anyway inside a life insurance contract, thus combining sought-after investment results with the tax advantages of a life insurance policy.
It is the authors' belief that the services offered by rehabilitation counselors in the areas of disability management, job development and placement, and worker's compensation are the types of services that are vulnerable in today's economic conditions and business climate.