Equity contribution agreement

• An agreement to contribute equity to a project under certain specified conditions.


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All equity rate
Assets to equity
Best efforts agreement
Bond agreement
Bottom up equity management style
Bretton woods agreement
Cash deficiency agreement
Common equity
Common equity ratio
Common stock/other equity
Concession agreement
Contribution margin
Cost of common equity
Cost of equity
Debt equity ratio
Debt to equity ratio
Deferred equity
Defined contribution plan
Double tax agreement
Dual syndicate equity offering
Earned on equity
Equity cap
Equity capital
Equity claim
Equity collar
Equity financing
Equity floor
Equity hedge funds
Equity holders
Equity kicker
Equity linked policies
Equity market
Equity multiplier
Equity options
Equity run
Equity swap
Firm agreement
Fiscal agency agreement
Foreign equity market
Forward rate agreement
Gems growing equity mortgages
General agreement on tariffs and trade gatt
Interest rate agreement
International equity market
Investor's equity
Leveraged equity
Long term debt to equity ratio
Master repurchase agreement
North american free trade agreement nafta
Note agreement
Owner's equity
Partnership agreement
Percent retained to common equity
Preferred equity ratio
Preferred equity redemption stock
Preferred stock agreement
Purchase agreement
Raw material supply agreement
Repurchase agreement repo or rp
Return on equity
Reverse repurchase agreement
Revolving credit agreement
Sale repurchase agreement
Security agreement
Shareholders' equity
Smithsonian agreement
Standby agreement
Stockholder equity
Stockholders' equity
Stratified equity indexing
Swap equity
Tax clawback agreement
Term loan agreement
Throughput agreement
Tolling agreement
Top down equity management style
Total assets = total liabilities + shareholders' equity
Total debt to equity ratio

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