buy-back


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buy-back

(ˈbaɪˌbæk)
n
(Banking & Finance) commerce the repurchase by a company of some or all of its shares from an investor, who acquired them by putting venture capital into the company when it was formed
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Translations

buy-back

adj buy-back optionRückkaufoption f; buy-back priceRückkaufpreis m
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The reaction of firearms owners to the call to buy-back weapons has been "outstanding," Deputy Police Commissioner Mike Clement said in a statement.
ENPNewswire-August 7, 2019--Ageas announces new share buy-back programme
KARACHI -- The board of directors of Arif Habib Corporation Ltd (AHCL) and Arif Habib Ltd (AHL) in separate meetings approved buy-back of shares of their respective companies throuAgh tender offer.
Karachi -- The Board of Directors of Arif Habib Corporation Limited (AHCL) and Arif Habib Limited (AHL) in separately held emergent Board meetings today approved buy-back of shares of their respective companies through tender offer.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 23, 2019-Bavarian Nordic announces launch of new share buy-back programme
Global Banking News-May 23, 2019-Bavarian Nordic announces launch of new share buy-back programme
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-April 17, 2019-Telia Company decides on new SEK5bn share buy-back programme
In other words, our legislation would set minimum requirements for corporate investment in workers and the long-term strength of the company as a "precondition" for a corporation entering into a share buy-back plan.
The lender has tabled a special resolution seeking permission to make off-market share purchases from the Treasury through a "directed buy-back" scheme.
As part of its financial de-leveraging strategy, First Gen Corporation is embarking on a two-year share buy-back program that will cover up to P10 billion of the company's "Series G" preferred shares.
The actual number of shares to be repurchased cannot be determined yet as this will depend on the total buy-back price of the shares, PLC told the Philippine Stock Exchange on Friday.