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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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Taulli says that, at their most basic level, private placements are really designed to be generated by an individual or group's personal network, from pre-existing relationships.
Overall, the combined value of the product placement market in television, films and other media grew 30.
We conducted this study with 40 preservice teachers in an accredited teacher education program at a private university in the Northeast during their first semester of field placement.
Commercial banks act both as agents in the private placement market and as providers of loans that compete somewhat with private placements.
Placement personnel should endeavor to place clients in positions where clients work with nondisabled peers, and where clients are paid for productive work.
PWI focuses on placement and is thus a complementary program to the state/federal rehabilitation program under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
The disadvantage of the private placement market usually mentioned by borrowers is, of course, the necessity for covenants.
These provide direct evidence about a person's ability to achieve at specific jobs and minimize the risk of making inappropriate placements.
Boulder and its officers and directors may be deemed to have participated in the solicitation of proxies from Boulder's stockholders in favor of the approval of the acquisition and related private placement financing.
In addition, subscribers will receive access to continually updated video examples of product placements worldwide, as well as PQ Media's Product Placement Cost Index.
9%) of senior marketing executives reported paying for an editorial or broadcast placement - and almost half of those who haven't said they would, according to the results of the fourth annual PRWeek/Manning Selvage & Lee (MS&L) Marketing Management Survey.
It also includes an overview of the major market trends that impact placements.