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Syndicate bid - A syndicate bid is a bid, which represents the highest price the syndicate member (member of a bank, brokerage, or investment bank) will pay for the securities trading on the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated ...

Syndicated loan
A loan advanced jointly by two or more financial institutions.
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A Syndicate consisting of a number of brokerage firms or Investment bankers that work together to Sell and disperse a large lot of securities.

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Syndicate A group of investment bankers who together underwrite and market a new issue of securities or a large block of an outstanding issue.
Systematic Risk. See market risk
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Syndicate - a group of financial firms acting jointly on a temporary basis. The term is used to refer to a group of banks making a loan and to a group of underwriters selling a new issue of stocks or bonds.

A group of underwriters formed for the purpose of participating jointly in the initial public offering of a new issue of municipal securities.

A group of banks that acts jointly, on a temporary basis, to loan money in a bank credit (syndicated credit) or to underwrite a new issue of bonds.
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SYNDICATE. A group of investment bankers who act together to underwrite and distribute an offering, with the intention of achieving wider distribution and spreading the associated risk.

Syndicated credit facility
Credit line agreed with a group of banks. Generally used for ­extensive financing requirements, such as when making an acquisition, ...

Dual syndicate equity offering
An international equity placement that splits the offering into two branches - domestic and foreign - and each grantee is handled by a separate lead manager.

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A group of investment banking firms formed to conduct an underwriting of a new security issue. (See underwriter) syndicate manager ...

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Often referred to as a 'syndicate'. [EPA] account party Buyer/importer or applicant who arranges for the establishment of a letter of credit. [FDIC] accountant A person who performs accounting work.

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Euro straightA fixed-rate coupon Eurobond EurobondA bond that is (1) underwritten by an international syndicate, (2) offered at issuance simultaneously to investors in a number of countries, ...

Assemble Syndicate: if the issue is large, the underwriter will engage a syndicate of underwriters to help with the sale of the securities.
SEC Filing: with the help of the underwriter, the company will file a Form S-1 with the U.S.

A large IPO is usually underwritten by a "syndicate" of investment banks, the largest of which take the position of "lead underwriter". Upon selling the shares, the underwriters retain a portion of the proceeds as their fee.

Now, I'm not one of those traders bashing the news syndicates and investment firms, they are simply doing their job. It's how traders respond to this information which generates the moves.

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Five investment companies, the underwriting syndicate, come together to spread the risk and profits associated with underwriting a new security issue. The investment companies in the syndicate work to sell the shares of PrimeXY in the market.

The company doing an IPO selects an underwriting syndicate made up of groups of investment banks or brokerages to handle the IPO.

Typically, larger deals are underwritten by a syndicate. This basically means that multiple investment banks will attempt to sell stock to investors with a lead underwriter taking responsibility for ensuring that all the shares are sold.

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The IPOs of all but the smallest of companies are usually offered to the public through an "underwriting syndicate," a group of underwriters who agree to purchase the shares from the issuer and then sell the shares to investors.

Commodity Pool: An investment trust, syndicate, or similar form of enterprise operated for the purpose of trading commodity futures or option contracts.

In a public offer, usually, a syndicate of investment banks is formed to underwrite the issue. Each member of the syndicate is assigned a certain amount of liability and (number or quota of) shares to sell.
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Racketeering refers to criminal activity that is performed to benefit an organization such as a crime syndicate. Examples of racketeering activity include extortion, money laundering, loan sharking, obstruction of justice and bribery.

CLO sales of deals backed by widely syndicated loans plunged to $1.22 billion in 2009, the year after the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. precipitated the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression, according to Morgan Stanley data.

Additional takedown: The profit to a syndicate member selling municipal bonds to broker/dealers who are not members of the syndicate.
Adjustment bonds: See income bonds.
ADR: See American Depository Receipt.

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