Shelf offering

• An SEC provision allowing an issuer to register a new issue security without selling the entire issue at once. The issuer can sell limited portions of the issue over a two-year period without reregistering the security or incurring penalties.

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New issue
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 Competitive offering
Dual syndicate equity offering
Initial public offering
Negotiated offering
Offering circular
Offering memorandum
Primary offering
Prompt offering prospectus pop system
Public offering
Rights offering
Secondary offering
Shelf registration
Underwritten offering

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