directed share program

Definition

DSP. A plan designed to allow company employees, their relatives, and other parties with a relationship to the company to purchase stock as part of a public offering. The directed share program sets aside a quantity of stock for this purpose which qualified parties may purchase at the public offering price.

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The directed share program was a really good program and I liked it a lot and I liked what it said.

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You may want to try and figure out a good directed share program that could be a big earner for you.

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He loved the idea of a directed share program. They were really taking off, and he wanted to be able to get his friends and family into some shares as well.

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