Definition for : Equity line
Equity lines are a means of issuing capital. They are transacted between a company and banks. The company issues warrants to a bank. When the company requires Equity, it requests the bank to exercise the warrants. The bank then immediately resells the shares bought.
(See Chapter 26 Value and corporate finance of the Vernimmen)
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