EQUITY CAPITAL Definition

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EQUITY CAPITAL is a form of financing where equity in a business is sold to private investors.

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UNSYSTEMATIC RISK, in securities, is price fluctuations resulting from the unique characteristics of specific securities. Unsys­tematic risk generally is eliminated in a well diversified portfolio. Also known as non-systematic risk.

BIFURCATED generally means to be divided into or made up of two parts. In accounting an example would be: to split the cash account in the accounting records into two accounts, cash - principal and cash - income.

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