BACKDOOR LISTING Definition

Bookmark and Share

BACKDOOR LISTING is a technique used by a company which failed to get listed on an exchange, whereby the company acquires and merges with a company already listed on that exchange.

Learn new Accounting Terms

EATING STOCK is when an underwriter can't find buyers for a stock and therefore has to buy them for his own account.

INTEREST EARNINGS is amounts from interest on all interest-bearing deposits and accounts; accrued interest on investment securities sold; interest on funds held for construction; and interest related public debt for private purposes. Excludes interest on deposits and investments of employee retirement and other insurance trust funds; dividends from investments; accrued interest on bonds issued by the government; recorded profits on sale of investments; and accrued interest on the purchase of investments.

Suggest a Term

Enter Search Term

Enter a term, then click the entry you would like to view.