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Place

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

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.

place

To sell a new securities issue.

place

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

See DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL, MARKETING LOGISTICS, FOUR P'S OF MARKETING.

References in classic literature ?
But when I speak of "appearances," I do so only for brevity: I do not mean anything that must "appear" to somebody, but only that happening, whatever it may be, which is connected, at the place in question, with a given physical object--according to the old orthodox theory, it would be a transverse vibration in the aether.
The Morgan place is beautiful, and in time we would love it.
Still moving through the gloom of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre we came to a small chapel, hewn out of the rock--a place which has been known as "The Prison of Our Lord" for many centuries.
In the next place, how did the hardened wretches that were there before me triumph over me!
"I am afraid the shell has struck her," she said, yielding her place to him.
"There's one feature of the place I might introduce you to if you care for a stroll," he said presently.
I paid the man who had driven me, and asked my way to Zion Place. My directions were simple--I had only to go through the village, and I should find Zion Place at the other end of it.
The first place to be met with in travelling along the coast of Africa is Rondelo, situate over against Toro, and celebrated for the same miraculous passage.
Food was brought me at intervals but owing to the utter darkness of the place I do not know whether I lay there days, or weeks, or months.
He could, as it were, "smell death." If any one was dead, if any one had died, or if a place had been used in connection with death, he seemed to know the broad fact by intuition.
Catherick's place of abode--next to it, on the side nearest to me.
But cold, wet, hunger, want of rest, and lack of any place in which to lay her aching head, soon brought her thoughts back to the point whence they had strayed.