issue by tender

issue by tender
= sale by tender
A type of offer for sale in which an issuing house asks investors to tender for a new issue of shares or other securities, which are then allocated to the highest bidders. It is usual for the tender documents to state the lowest price acceptable. This method is not frequently employed.
Compare: public issue

Accounting dictionary. 2014.

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