Debt/equity swapAn exchange of debt for equity, in which a lender is given a share of ownership to replace a loan. Used as a method of resolving debt crises.
Carrot equityCarrot equity
British slang for an equity investment with the added benefit of an opportunity to purchase more equity if the company reaches certain financial goals.
Equity kickerEquity kicker
Stock warrants issued attached to privately placed bonds.
The amount which shareholders own in a publicly quoted company. Equity is the risk-bearing part of the company's capital and contrasts with debt capital which is usually secured in some way and which has priority over shareholders if the company becomes insolvent and its assets are distributed.For most companies there are two types of equity: ordinary shares, which have voting rights, and preference shares which do not. Owners of preference shares rank ahead of ordinary shareholders in a liquidation.
Prices (of equity)Prices (of equity)
Price of a share of common stock on the date shown. Highs and lows are based on the highest and lowest intraday trading price.
Euroequity issuesEuroequity issues
Securities sold in the Euromarket. That is, securities initially sold to investors simultaneously in several national markets by an international syndicate. Related: External market.
Further Suggestionsgeneral personal equity plan
equity release scheme
Registered equity market maker
Stratified equity indexing
Equity contribution agreement
Growing Equity Mortgage (gem)
Cost of equity
Non Equity Option
Dual syndicate equity offering
homeowners equity account
Debt for equity swap
Growing Equity Mortgage (GEM)
Return on equity (ROE)
Unlevered cost of equity
All equity rate
Salomon Brothers World Equity Index (SBWEI)
GEM (growing equity mortgage)