This term has different meanings depending on the context in which it is used:- For the purposes of the Listing Rules, any company or other legal person or undertaking (including a public sector issuer), any class of whose securities has been admitted to listing or is the subject of an application for admission to listing.- in DTR 1, 2 and 3, any company or other legal person or undertaking (including a public sector issuer) any class of whose financial instruments have been admitted to trading on a regulated market or are subject to an application to trading on a regulated market, other than issuers who have not requested or approved admission of their financial instruments to trading on a regulated market;- in DTR 1A, 4 and 6, a legal entity governed by private or public law, including a state, whose securities are admitted to trading on a regulated market, the issuer being, in the case of depositary receipts representing securities, the issuer of the securities represented;- in DTR 5, either a legal entity governed by private or public law, including a state whose shares are admitted to trading on a regulated market, the issuer being in the case of depositary receipts representing securities, the issuer of the shares represented, or a public company within the meaning of section 1(3) of the Companies Act 1985 and any other body corporate incorporated in and having a principal place of business in Great Britain. whose shares are admitted to trading on a market which (not being a regulated market) is a prescribed market.- For the purposes of the Prospectus Rules, as defined in section 102A of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, a legal person who issues or proposes to issue the transferable securities (transferable security) in question.Related links+ issuerUSAThe party directly obligated to fund under a letter of credit. In a syndicated loan, one bank typically issues the letter of credit on behalf of the other revolving lenders who provide back-up to the issuing lender by taking pro rata participating interests in each letter of credit that is issued.
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