issuing house


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issuing house

n
(Banking & Finance) Brit a financial institution that engages in finding capital for established companies or for private firms wishing to convert to public companies, by issuing shares on their behalf
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Chris Godman, Standard Bank Joint Global Coordinator and Joint Issuing House
Although the Nigerian banks have taken a hit due to restructuring and tough reforms over the past year, Access Bank and Stanbic IBTC managed to stand out and win the Socially Responsible Bank of the Year and Best Issuing House awards respectively, an indication that the traditional financial powerhouse is ready to bounce back bigger and better.
In a statement here Tuesday, Malaysian Issuing House (MIH) said a total of 669 applications for 11.779 million shares were received for the Bumiputera public category, representing an oversubscription of 1.36 times.
In 1953, after a spirited campaign, Sir Julian was appointed a licensed dealer in securities by the Board of Trade, which empowered Gwent and West of England Enterprises to act as an issuing house, the first to be established in Wales.
Later, the Stock Exchange in London blocked his attempt to gain an issuing house licence.
United Capital PLC is delighted to have played the financial advisory and lead issuing house role in North South Power's long-term strategy in issuing the first corporate green infrastructure bond in Nigeria.
F35 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004, or any other laws and CBN Regulations made pursuant thereto and act as issuing house, or otherwise manage, arrange or coordinate the issuance of securities, for or on behalf of any person, subject to the provisions of Banks and other Financial Institutions Act (BOFIA).
In his contribution, Mr Niyi Omojola, Partner, Head of Investment Banking, Constant Capital Partners Limited remarked that, 'Constant Capital, the lead issuing house in this transaction, crafted a unique and innovative investment structure which enabled the Sterling SPV Bond share in the same investment grade rating as Sterling Bank Plc, thereby enlarging the range of potential investors in the bond.
IBTC Chartered Bank won the Best Issuing House Award while the award for the Investment Bank of the Year went to JP Morgan.