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English term or phrase:fractional interest
French translation:rompu d'action
Entered by: Laurence Bourel
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14:52 Mar 23, 2007
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English to French translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / fund
English term or phrase: fractional interest
"the trustee may dispose of fractional interests received as a result of stocks dividends" : s'agit-il des rompus d'actions ? Merci d'avance
Laurence Bourel
Local time: 01:15
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3fraction d'interêtsxxxTA83
3une part des intérêtsBusterK


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une part des intérêts


Explanation:
plutôt liés au fait que le trustee ne détient pas des actions directement mais un pourcentage d'une entité qui détient les actions.



    Reference: http://www.jlpierson.com/jlpdec01.pdf
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fraction d'interêts


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