Blue chip company
Blue chip companyUsed in the context of general equities. Large and creditworthy company. Company renowned for the quality and wide acceptance of its products or services,and for its ability to make money and pay dividends. dividends.
Blue chip company
Stock insurance companyStock insurance company
An insurance company owned by a group of stockholders, who are not necessarily policyholders.
Emerging Company Marketplace (ECM)Emerging Company Marketplace (ECM)
A service once offered by the American Stock Exchange to help small growth companies fulfill special listing requirements. The service is no longer available.
Holding companyHolding company
A company which holds the majority of shares in its subsidiaries. Also known as the parent company.
Registered companyRegistered company
A company that is listed with the SEC after submission of a required statement and compliance with disclosure requirements.
Public limited company (plc)Public limited company (plc)
A company registered as a public company which has an unlimited number of shareholders, and can offer its shares to the public.Most UK companies are incorporated as limited companies. Some of them grow to the point where they want to expand their shareholder base, and raise capital by listing on the London Stock Exchange. To do that, they need to convert their status to that of a plc.
Further Suggestionscompany representative (tied agent)
Investment Company Institute (ICI)
Leveraged investment company
Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935
company pension scheme
Depository Trust Company
Consumer finance company
Cost company arrangement
Bank holding company
Closely held company
Closed end management company
Company specific risk
Diversified investment company
Joint stock company