Business terms and jargon explained. Your business dictionary

What is Over the Counter

This is shares that are not bought and sold on any stock exchange. Private limited companies are an example where you will need to contact the shareholders direct to buy shares.

<- Go Back
Business Terms Home page

Search jargon and terms database to learn more:-

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z


Search Term   

Cyberliabilities Monetary Policy In pleno Money Transfer Abroad
Corporate Strategy Churning Magistrates court Killer bee
Cash Flow Internet Protocol Security - IPsec Subpoena Tax Form - P11D
Writ of Execution Macro environment Account payee Nontrade receivables
Official Receiver Privileged Will Quality circles SSL - Secure Sockets Layer
IDE Ex works Factum Lat
Off Balance Sheet Intermediate Consumption IDK Ingot
ASCII N266 Civil Court form Golden Parachutes Arraignment
Option to Tax Snail mail Cost per Thousand Alternative investment
Par delictum Annual exemption Insolvency Brute force

CEX.io


Tenancy Agreement
a simple assured shorthold tenancy agreement for furnished or unfurnished properties.
Price: 8.99
Debt Collection Letters
These three debt collection letters will assist you in getting payment ASAP. Don't delay.
Price: 9.99
Software Licence
Gives a licence to a user for the use of the software and restricts liability of the vendor.
Price: 34.99
Web Design Agreement
An agreement between a web designer and website owner for the design/modification
Price: 34.99

Term created / updated 2005-07-23 17:50:14

Knowledge is the key to success. That is why we have gone to great lengths to get you these business terms, and to explain them in Plain English so it is very easy to understand. Getting the right understanding and knowing your business jargon will keep you informed among your peers.

Copyright © 2004-2017 Scopulus Limited. All rights reserved.