bonus issue

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bonus issue

bonus issue

n
(Stock Exchange) Brit an issue of shares made by a company without charge and distributed pro rata among existing shareholders. Also called: scrip issue

bonus issue

When a company offers its existing shareholders newly issued shares at no charge in proportion to their existing holdings. Also known as a scrip issue.
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Founded in 2004, QCC is a not-for-profit corporation that organizes an annual meeting, the objective of which is to broaden understanding of the major funding and capitalization issues faced by innovation?
He is currently an independent consultant, advising media and technology clients on strategy, business model and capitalization issues.
Some banks are also dealing with capitalization issues.
The IRS continues to provide guidance for certain industries through its Industry Issue Resolution program, addressing capitalization issues and challenges unique to certain industries.
Timing and capitalization issues have been raised with regard to certain trade channel promotion expenditures.
WAM is best described as a relative value manager emphasizing mid-to-large capitalization issues with both value and GARP (Growth At a Reasonable Price) overlays.
In simplistic terms and ignoring the capitalization issues, a property that a building owner might realistically value at $1 million would be assessed at $450,000 by the city using its targeted 45 percent ratio, but assessed at $350,000 if using a generic 35 percent SBEA figure.
At the other extreme, the third segment of Qualivest Equity Fund consists exclusively of small capitalization issues managed by a third specialist.
The rating downgrades reflect the unresolved capitalization issues that have persisted for Asian Re due to continued reserve development stemming from the Thailand flooding losses and delay in execution of its capital infusion plan in a timely manner.
Mersereau also advises clients on capitalization issues relating to the tangible property "repair regulations.
It is particularly timely, given ongoing developments on capitalization issues.