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A share represents a fraction of a company's capital. Ownership of a share gives the holder a number of rights, including the right to receive dividends if they are distributed and/or the right to vote.shares may be contributed in cash (cash) or in kind (tangible or intangible assets).
A share with share warrants (or hybrid share) is a security made up of a traditional share and a share purchase warrant. The share purchase warrant is a right to subscribe for new shares, while the share subscription warrant is a right to purchase new shares. Its distinctive feature is based on the separation of the two securities when they are listed on the markets.
A bond warrant is a security made up of a conventional share and a bond subscription or purchase warrant, which gives the holder the right to acquire new bonds issued by an entity at a preferential price, subject to a pre-defined deadline.

A public offering consists of a company raising capital to finance its activities by issuing securities (shares or bonds), which are then subscribed by the public.

In Belgium, public offerings are subject to strict regulations, compliance with which is monitored by the Autorité des Services et Marchés Financiers.FSMA".

Companies making a public offering are required to publish an information memorandum for amounts between €500,000 and €5,000,000. Above this amount, a prospectus is required.

To raise capital from the public, companies are now using crowdfunding platforms such as BeeBonds.

The rate of return indicates the return on an investment in a bond. Yield should not be confused with coupon. The yield fluctuates over the life of the bond according to its price (i.e. its current price), whereas the coupon is fixed at the time of issue.When you buy bonds, the yield is sometimes higher or lower than the coupon. It is easier to have bonds with a yield different from the coupon on  Euronext Expert Market.