introduction
I noun act of bringing in, admittance, formal presentation, inductio, induction, interposition, introductio, invectio, offering, offering as an exhibit, placing, presentation associated concepts: introduction of evidence II index appearance (emergence), birth (beginning), genesis, inflow, infusion, insertion, installation, nascency, onset (commencement), origination, outset, overture, preamble, preface, prelude

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introduction
The process by which a company first seeks to obtain a listing for one or more classes of its securities on a recognised investment exchange, where a sufficient number of shares of the class (usually a minimum of 25%) are, no later than the time of admission, already held in public hands.

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