Bank holding company

The financial definition for Bank holding company:

A company that owns or has controlling interest in two or more banks and/or other bank holding companies.

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Annualized holding period return

Annualized holding period return
The annual rate of return that when compounded t times generates the same t-period holding return as actually occurred from period 1 to period t.

Anticipated holding period

Anticipated holding period
The period of time an individual expects to hold an asset.

Cross holdings

Cross holdings
The holding by one corporation of shares in another firm. One needs to allow for cross-holdings when aggregating capitalizations of firms. Ignoring cross-holdings leads to double-counting.

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