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  • Private Placement : 

    This is when a company raises capital via a private rather than public placement. It therefore sells shareholding to a selected few investors, mostly institutional investors.

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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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  • Window Dressing : 

    This is a deceptive practice employed by some mutual funds managers in which recently weak stocks are sold and recently strong stocks are bought just before the funds holdings are made public in order to give the impression that they have been holding good stocks all along.

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  • Block Order : 

    An order placed for the transaction (purchase or sale) of a very large quantity of securities.

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  • Lien : 

    This is when a creditor or bank has legal claim against assets e.g. shares, which have been used as collateral to secure a loan. The lien terminates as soon as the loan is paid off.

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