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Issuer

In finance and investing, the issuer is the entity that registers and sells securities to finance their operations. An example of this is a public company that issues stock to sell on the open market. The company is the issuer. The buyer is a shareholder once the deal is complete. An issuer can also be a financial institution that issues credit cards.

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