Term Main definition
Redemption Right

The right of a security holder (e.g., the owner of preferred stock) to require the issuer to redeem (or purchase) some or all of his or her securities at a specified (or determinable) price and after a specified period of time has elapsed.

res ipsa loquitur

Latin for "The cause itself talks," a doctrine of law that if one had exclusive control of whatever caused an injury, and without negligence the accident would not have happened, one is presumed to be negligent without any specific evidence of an act of negligence.

Synonyms - res ipsa
Revenue-Based Financing

This kind of financing pays the investor a percentage of the company's revenues. The amount payable to the investor is capped based on a multiple of the investment amount.

Rule 506

Rule 506 of Regulation D is the most widely-used exemption to raise capital.