BOOKBUILD Definition

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BOOKBUILD is a particular way of conducting a float where the price at which shares are sold is not fixed, but rather is determined following a process in which interested investors bid for shares. This is quite a common way of determining the price paid for shares by institutional investors (Funds Managers).

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BASE CAPITAL includes (1) shares that (a) are non-cumulative, non-retractable, non-redeemable and, if convertible, are only convertible into common shares, and (b) have been issued and paid for; base capital also includes (2) contributed surplus, and (3) retained earnings.

CHARGEBACK, in the credit industry, occurs when a credit card processor 'charges back' to the merchant the cost of returned items or incorrect orders that the customer claims were made to his or her credit card.

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