PREEMPTIVE RIGHT Definition

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PREEMPTIVE RIGHT is the right of a current stockholder to maintain the percentage ownership interest in the company by buying new shares on a pro rata basis before they are issued to the public.

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EXEMPTED SECURITY is a security that is exempted from SEC regulations, including margin rules. Such securities include U.S. Treasury and government agency securities and municipal securities designated by the SEC.

GPRO is Group Practice Reporting Option used within the US government, e.g. Medicare and US DHHS. A "group practice" is defined as a single Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) with 2 or more individual eligible professionals (EPs) (as identified by individual National Provider Identifier [NPI]) who have reassigned their billing rights to the TIN.

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