shelf offering

Shelf offering

Offering of registered securities covered by a prospectus whose distribution is not underwritten on a firm commitment basis. The shares may be sold in one block or in small amounts from time to time in agency or principal transactions. See: Rule 415.
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Shelf Registration

A method the SEC uses to allow a publicly-traded company to register several new issues of stock and actually offer them at any time over a two-year period, subject to compliance with other appropriate regulations. These offerings are covered by a single prospectus, but may be offered to the public in different tranches. See also: Rule 415.
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shelf offering

A new security issue that is part of a larger issue that has been registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Companies are permitted to sell securities that are part of a shelf offering for up to two years without re-registering the issue with the SEC.
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(NASDAQ and TASE: PTNR), a Israeli communications operator, reports, pursuant to the company's Shelf Prospectus dated September 3, 2009, as amended to date, and the Supplemental Shelf Offering Report dated April 15, 2010, as amended to date (the "Offering Report"), that the company's Series D Notes will bear interest at a rate of 0.328% for the period commencing on December 31, 2017 and ending on March 30, 2018, the company said.
This is a type of registration, sometimes called as shelf offering, that allows companies to raise capital from the public without a separate registration for each act of offering.
If issued, the terms of the Additional Series A Notes will be similar to the terms of the Series A Notes previously issued by the Company in June 2010 and in March 2012, in accordance with the Company's shelf prospectus dated May 18, 2010 (the "Shelf Prospectus") and the shelf offering reports of June 2010 and March 2012, respectively and which are currently traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Ltd.
The SEC will consider whether to impose time limits before a sponsor of the ABS can conduct the first sale in a shelf offering. Under current rules, issuers may sell ABS almost immediately, without providing investors a minimum amount of time to review the disclosure in the offering materials.
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