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  • Minority Interest : 

    This is when an individual or company owns a significant but non-controlling shareholding of less than 50% of a company’s shares. It is also known as minority ownership.

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  • Institutional Investor : 

    This is an organization that invests sufficiently large amounts of money in shares and bonds. Examples of institutional investors include mutual funds, unit trusts, insurance companies and pension funds.

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  • Warrant : 

    This is a certificate usually issued together with a bond or preferred shares that gives the holder the right, but not the obligation to subscribe for new ordinary shares at a specific price and within a specific time period. It is used to entice investors to buy the bond. It is worthless after the expiry period.

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  • Share Certificate : 

    A share certificate is a document that shows proof of ownership of shares. It contains the face value of the share, the number of shares represented in the certificate, the certificate number and the holder’s name.

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  • Derivative : 

    A derivative is a financial instrument which derives its value from an underlying asset such as stocks, bonds, commodities or currencies.

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