banking offer

банковское предложение

English-russian accounting dictionary. 2014.

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  • offer — / ɒfə/ noun 1. a statement that you are willing to give or do something, especially to pay a specific amount of money to buy something ● to make an offer for a company ● We made an offer of £10 a share. ● We made a written offer for the house. ●… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • offer for subscription — /ˌɒfə fə səb skrɪpʃ(ə)n/ noun a similar to an offer for sale, except there is a minimum level of subscription for the shares, and if this is not reached the offer is withdrawn …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • Offer Assistant — Developer(s) Billeo, Inc. Stable release / September 21, 2011 Operating system Cross platform Type Password manager …   Wikipedia

  • Banking in the United Kingdom — can be considered to have started in the 17th century. The industry grew out of the profession of goldsmiths, who after the dissolution of monasteries and makers of gold and silver plate started to have significant stocks of gold.17th CenturyMany …   Wikipedia

  • offer document — / ɒfə ˌdɒkjυmənt/ noun a formal document where a company offers to buy shares at a certain price as part of a takeover bid …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • offer for sale — /ˌɒfə fə seɪl/ noun a situation where a company advertises new shares for sale to the public as a way of launching itself on the Stock Exchange (NOTE: The other ways of launching a company are a ‘tender’ or a ‘placing.’) …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • offer period — / ɒfə ˌpɪəriəd/ noun a time during which a takeover bid for a company is open …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • offer price — / ɒfə praɪs/ noun the price at which investors buy new shares or units in a unit trust (the opposite, i.e. the selling price, is called the ‘bid price’; the difference between the two is the ‘spread’) …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • Banking in Australia — History = Historically, the Banking industry in Australia was tightly regulated. Until as recently as the 1980s, it was virtually impossible for a foreign bank to establish branches in Australia; consequently Australia had very few banks when… …   Wikipedia

  • Banking —    Before 1848, Austria had few banking institutions worthy of the name. The Austrian National Bank, created in 1816, catered to the credit needs of the government, the aristocracy, and the wealthiest segment of heavy industry. Small businesses,… …   Historical dictionary of Austria

  • Banking in Karnataka — The state of Karnataka, particularly the region comprising the coastal districts of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi is called as the cradle of banking in India.cite web|url=|work=Online… …   Wikipedia


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