Meaning of “fully subscribed” in the English Dictionary


"fully subscribed" in Business English

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fully subscribedadjective

also fully-subscribed uk us

FINANCE, STOCK MARKET if shares, bonds, etc. are fully subscribed, all of them are sold and the company that is selling them is not left with any risk or loss:

The offer closes on 8 March, or earlier if the bond is fully subscribed.
A fully-subscribed new share issue raised £3.25 million.

(Definition of “fully subscribed” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)