- Right or claim, accruing to a holder of securities, to receive or subscribe for cash, securities or other assets or benefits to be distributed or issued by the issuer.
Euroclear glossary. 2008.
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entitlement — en·ti·tle·ment n 1: the state or condition of being entitled: claim evidence of victim s entitlement to money seized National Law Journal 2: a right to benefits that is granted esp. by law or contract (as an insurance policy) ◇ Some courts have… … Law dictionary
entitlement — 1823, perhaps in some senses from Fr. entitlement, which long had been used in legal language; in part a native formation from ENTITLE (Cf. entitle) + MENT (Cf. ment). Entitlement culture attested by 1994 (culture of entitlement is from 1989) … Etymology dictionary
entitlement — n. a right granted by law or contract, especially to financial benefits from the government. [WordNet 1.5 +PJC] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
entitlement — [en tīt′ lmənt, in tīt′ lmənt] n. 1. the condition or state of being entitled 2. something to which a person is entitled; specif., any of various benefits provided to qualifying persons under certain government programs, as Medicare … English World dictionary
Entitlement — An entitlement is a guarantee of access to benefits based on established rights or by legislation. A right is itself an entitlement associated with a moral or social principle, such that an entitlement is a provision made in accordance with legal … Wikipedia
entitlement — UK [ɪnˈtaɪt(ə)lmənt] / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms entitlement : singular entitlement plural entitlements a) the right to receive something or to do something entitlement to: One woman in six retires with an entitlement to a full… … English dictionary
entitlement — Right or claim, accruing to a holder of securities, to receive or subscribe for cash, securities or other assets or benefits to be distributed or issued by the issuer. Euroclear Clearing and Settlement glossary * * * entitlement UK US… … Financial and business terms
entitlement — en|ti|tle|ment [ ın taıtlmənt ] noun count or uncount the right to receive something or do something: entitlement to: One woman in six retires with an entitlement to a full basic pension. entitlement to do something: Few people were aware of… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
entitlement — en|ti|tle|ment [ınˈtaıtlmənt] n [U and C] the official right to have or do something, or the amount that you have a right to receive entitlement to ▪ Do you need advice on your entitlement to state benefits? benefit/holiday/pension etc… … Dictionary of contemporary English
entitlement — [[t]ɪnta͟ɪt(ə)lmənt[/t]] entitlements N VAR: oft N to n An entitlement to something is the right to have it or do it. [FORMAL] They lose their entitlement to benefit when they start work … English dictionary
entitlement — noun Entitlement is used after these nouns: ↑holiday, ↑leave, ↑pension … Collocations dictionary