Substitute cash or dividend payment

• Occurs when there has been a short sale. The lender of the security is entitled to a substitute dividend or cash payment. The party who buys the actual security is entitled to the actual dividend as well as voting rights, if any.


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Short sale
Voting rights
Voting right
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Average dividend yield
Average payment period
Balloon payment
Book cash
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Break even lease payment
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Cash account
Cash accounting
Cash and carry
Cash and cash equivalents
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Cash bonuses
Cash budget
Cash budget cash forecast
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Cash concentration
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Cash deficiency agreement
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Cash dividend
Cash equivalent
Cash equivalent items
Cash equivalent security
Cash flow
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Cash flow from operations
Cash flow matching
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Cash flow per common share
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Cash grants
Cash management bill
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Cash price
Cash ratio
Cash receipts
Cash refund annuity
Cash sale or cash transaction
Cash settlement
Cash settlement contracts
Cash surrender value
Cash transaction
Cash withdrawal
Clearing house automated payment system
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Constant growth dividend valuation gordon model
Constant payout ratio dividend policy
Conventional cash flow pattern
Cost of giving up a cash discount
Cum dividend
Cumulative dividend feature
Date of payment
Delivery versus payment
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Dividend clawback
Dividend clientele
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Dividend or dividends
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Payment in kind
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Real cash flow
Regular dividend policy
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Residual dividend approach
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