competitive bought deal


competitive bought deal
A form of underwriting agreement, generally similar to a straightforward bought deal, in which the borrower seeks simultaneous competitive quotations from a number of banks for the purchase of an entire new issue of bonds, or similar securities, at a fixed price.

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