contributed capital

Contributed capital

Paid In Capital

Capital that a company raises in a financing round. That is, the paid in capital is the money a publicly-traded company receives when it issues new stock, either as an IPO or an additional issue. It is important to note that companies only raise paid in capital on the primary market; they do not receive any additional money from trades on the secondary market. The paid in capital goes toward expanding or improving upon a company's operations. It is also called paid-in surplus or the contributed capital.

contributed capital

Funds or property transferred to a company by its stockholders. The contribution may be made in return for stock, in which case the payment is recorded as paid-in capital, or it may be a donation, in which case it is recorded as donated capital.
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In this way it hopes to help the worker to earn a little interest and the government does not lose its contributed capital.
McWatters zeroed in particularly on perpetual contributed capital that member credit unions invested with the corporates and questioned why it could not be viewed as capital for regulatory purposes.
He acknowledged that BHP owes so much to Japan for its role in growing the firm's iron ore industry in Pilbara and stressed that its joint venture participants, ITOCHU and Mistui, contributed capital.
A group of private investors also contributed capital in the round, Cylance, which specialises in math-based threat detection and prevention, said.
Has the partner contributed capital to the partnership equivalent to more than 25% of their fixed drawings?
6 million to the venture and is entitled to a 12% preferred return on its contributed capital of which 8% is paid currently, and 4% is accrued.
Private investors have also contributed capital to GECI.
The profit will be allocated to the government and financial institutions that have contributed capital to the IRCJ.
a Japanese producer of secondary aluminum alloy ingots, has also contributed capital to the joint venture.
Generally, the GP is not allocated a portion of the carried interest until the LPs have recouped their contributed capital plus a preferred return in certain circumstances.
Also, "net assets" replaces contributed capital and retained earning for enterprise fund equity because of the change to the net assets format.