Syndicate made up of a group of investment banks or brokerage firms, working to underwrite and sell an initial public offering (IPO) of securities to the market. Investment banks frequently create syndicates when dealing with huge securities offerings to minimize risk and escalate the possible network of contacts. It is especially true in firm commitment earnings where the distributing syndicate may sustain substantial losses if they fail to sell the full offering.
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Flashback Friday: Renowned Currency Traders
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