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What is Restricted offering?
Asked in The Bible, Old Testament
What are the five offerings from the book of Leviticus?
Asked in Stock Market
NASD Rule 2790 restricted persons states that a restricted person may not own more than 10 of a stock How does this effect a stockholders preemptive rights to maintain their share?
NASD 2790 has quite a few exemptions and provisions; one of those regarding restricted persons who already own shares of the stock. This provision allows a restricted person, who already owns shares of the given security, to purchase shares of the new issue if doing so will keep their equity interest at the same level. The buyer must have owned the shares for at least one year prior to the offering and the new shares may not be resold for 3 months following the effective date. With regard to the a restricted person not being allowed to own more than 10% of a stock: anyone who owns more than 10% of a BROKERAGE FIRM is considered restricted. Although if they have owned the 10% more than a year prior to the new offering then they can be considered exempt and purchase stocks for their own account. Hope this helps! Jennifer
Asked in Mobile Phones, Telephones, BlackBerry Devices
How can you call a restricted number on your cellphone?
Can you make a sentence using the word restricted?
Asked in Mobile Phones, Law & Legal Issues
How do you find out who called you from a restricted number?
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How do you get the restricted area in the trophy garden open?
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How do you clean the fuel filter on a Dodge Dakota?
Restricted person it means bad?
Restricted means that you can not move or you are not allowed to go somewhere. For example, when someone is in a straightjacket they are restricted and they can not move. A restricted area is a place that no one is allowed in. So a restricted person may mean that you are not allowed to go to him, or he is not able to move.