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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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Placement of 7,000,000 shares at 6.5 cents per share ($455,000) to 3 Australian based private investors who are clients of JA Advisory Pty Ltd, a Sydney based equity advisory group.
Recommendations emerging from the survey include the establishment of regional clinical placement allocation groups to adopt a regional, rather than institutional, approach to managing clinical placements; increased inter-professional collaboration to reduce competition for placements; and clarification from the Nursing Council of the core expectations of PHC and community experience.
The company's clients are expected to benefit from accurate measurement and tracking data on every placement executed for each brand.
Following the pilot project, the platform may be used for other healthcare disciplines to better coordinate all student placements.
Watt sees the value for pure product placements at $2 billion, but this figure doesn't include the largely untapped market of smaller deals in the range of $10,000 to $100,000.
The sharp rise in product placement can be traced directly to a number of converging factors: the resurgence of reality shows such as American Idol and The Apprentice;, niche cable channels which offer marketers the opportunity to target specific consumers; overall audience fragmentation caused by a rise in the number of cable channels taking eyeballs away from the over-the-air broadcast networks; the exodus of young males to video games; and the introduction of personal video recorders (PVRs) to the consumer.
But due to the numerous amounts of fast-forwarders, product placement has skyrocketed.
"The more that industry is aware of the model, the more placement opportunities will happen for our students," he says.
Combined with the $500 million August 2018 capital markets reinsurance placement, FEMA has transferred $1.82 billion of the NFIP's flood risk for the 2019 hurricane season to the private sector.
Speaking in Nairobi yesterday, Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Services CEO John Muraguri said the placement was done in three months.
Meanwhile, the number of children in "parental child safety placements" - also known as short-term, informal kinship placements, in which kids typically stay with extended family members outside of the home - fell 56 percent over the same time period.