Definition of "paid-in" []

  • The money that a company gets from potential investors in addition to the stated value of the stock (adjective) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "paid-in" in a sentence
  • "My firm conviction is that there is nothing more convincing for financial markets than paid-in capital."
  • "As an international financial institution with paid-in capital, the ESM will be much more robust than the EFSF European Financial Stability Facility."
  • "I think the best for us to aim for is about 5% to 10% of paid-in capital, so that would be a profit this year of about $300 million."
  • "The ESM is meant to follow the same business model, albeit on a permanent basis and with a total capital of €700 billion, which will be partly in the form of paid-in cash, and not mere guarantees."
  • "Elpida said Thursday that it plans to tap into its paid-in capital to secure funds for the share repurchase from the DBJ, pending approval at an extraordinary shareholder meeting in late March."