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- Share capital
- Money raised from selling shares to shareholders.
- Individual investors who own part of a limited company.
- SIC 15
- A statement of accounting practice, which requires certain lease incentives to be amortised through the income statement.
- Share buyback
- The purchase in the open market by a listed company of its own shares.
- Scrip dividend
- Land Securities offers its shareholders the opportunity to receive dividends in the form of shares instead of cash. This is known as a Scrip dividend.
- Security Group
- Security Group is the principal funding vehicle for Land Securities and properties held in the Group are mortgaged for the benefit of lenders. It has the flexibility to raise a variety of different forms of finance.
- Socially Responsible Investors
- Investors who take account of wider concerns, such as social justice or the environment, as well as financial considerations.
- Socially Responsible Investors, who take account of wider concerns, such as social justice or the environment, as well as financial considerations.
- Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Network. Creates opportunities to inspire young people in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, enabling young people to develop their creativity, problem-solving and employability skills, widens their choices and supports the UK’s future competitiveness.
- Socially Responsible Investment