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Rule 144

  • 1 Rule 144

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    фин., бирж., амер. "Правило 144"* (правило Комиссии по ценным бумагам и биржам США, устанавливающее условия продажи незарегистрированных ценных бумаг без подачи официальной регистрационной заявки)
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    "правило 144": правило Комиссии по ценным бумагам и биржам США, устанавливающее условия продажи незарегистрированных ценных бумаг без подачи официальной регистрационной заявки.

    Англо-русский экономический словарь > Rule 144

  • 2 Rule 144

    фин., бирж., амер. "Правило 144"* (правило Комиссии по ценным бумагам и биржам США, устанавливающее условия продажи незарегистрированных ценных бумаг без подачи официальной регистрационной заявки)
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    The new English-Russian dictionary of financial markets > Rule 144

  • 3 Rule 144

    Правило Комиссии по ценным бумагам и биржам, охватывающее продажу контрольных и ограниченных акций.

    Англо-русский словарь по инвестициям > Rule 144

  • 4 Rule 144 A

    SEC-regel fra 1990, der giver inden- og udenlandske udstedere af værdipapirer mulighed for - gennem private placements at placere værdipapirer hos større amerikanske investorer (qualified institutional buyers) uden krav om de amerikanske børsmyndigheders godkendelse af udbudsmaterialer (prospektet), herunder omarbejdning af regnskaber til amerikansk standard.

    English-Danish financial dictionary > Rule 144 A

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