DealerA person that buys and sells for the purpose of making a profit.
FrameworkA structure that includes a set of practices, values, assumptions and concepts for the purpose of supporting something.
TransparencyA condition where the business affairs and financial situation of a company or department are open and easily understood by the public.
Money MarketA market for short-term securities such as bank bills, commercial paper, etc. usually having a maturity of less than 1 year.
Off Balance SheetA term given for an activity that does not appear on a company's balance sheet. Such as providing advisory services or derivatives trading.
Middle MarketRefers to companies whose value ranges between 1 and 100 million U.S. dollars. These companies usually do not issue securities.
StakeA financial interest in a company, usually equityrelated.
Listed CompanyA company that has issued shares to the public and the shares trade at a stock exchange.
SoundA term used to describe something that is in good condition, financially strong and reliable.
TradingThe short-term buying and selling of goods or securities to make a profit.
ReformTo improve something by altering it, and removing any defects also referred to as changing something for the better.
VolatileSomething that often changes or varies. Usually when referring to the price of something.