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How to use underwriter in a sentence
Those numbers decline by around $70 and $80 million, respectively, if the underwriters do not purchase their option.C3.ai’s initial IPO pricing guidance spotlights the public market’s tech appetite | Alex Wilhelm | November 30, 2020 | TechCrunch
Compass, another SoftBank portfolio company, has selected underwriters for a potential initial public offering, a person with knowledge of the matter has said.SoftBank stock rides Uber and DoorDash to 20-year high | kdunn6 | November 27, 2020 | Fortune
The number of tech companies going public this year by directly listing their shares instead of using Wall Street underwriters is about to double from 2019 and 2018—to two.Palantir and Asana to test investor hunger for direct listings this week | Aaron Pressman | September 29, 2020 | Fortune
Riccitiello noted that underwriters still introduced potential investors to the company.
As it turned out, demand was so strong that the underwriters found eager buyers among their clients for the green shoe shares as well.By this measure, Snowflake’s IPO wasn’t such a a success after all | Shawn Tully | September 17, 2020 | Fortune
Adelson has long been an RJC board member and its leading underwriter, according to two other board members.Casino Tycoon Sheldon Adelson Takes $100 Million Gamble on GOP Senate | Peter Stone | September 3, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
As for Goldman, many say the company did the deal in part to gain favor as the potential underwriter of an eventual IPO.
The life of the underwriter is one of great anxiety and speculation.Club Life of London, Volume II (of 2) | John Timbs
He got his share of the underwriter's money, and invested it in a one-third interest in another and smaller vessel.Rayton: A Backwoods Mystery | Theodore Goodridge Roberts
Usually the broker keeps a current account with the underwriter, and premiums and losses are dealt with in account.
Without interest at the time of the loss there is no right to recover from the underwriter.
It states the limits of voyage and value covered by the underwriter, and the class of ships to be employed.
British Dictionary definitions for underwriter
a person or enterprise that underwrites public issues of shares, bonds, etc
a person or enterprise that underwrites insurance policies
an employee or agent of an insurance company who assesses risks and determines the premiums payable
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