Definitions

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  • adj. Capable of being distributed.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Capable of being distributed.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Capable of being distributed; available for distribution.

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Examples

  • Hedge-fund manager Och-Ziff Capital Management LLC reported a 52% increase in distributable third-quarter earnings, which don't include charges related to its initial public offering, on steady fund performance that continued into October.

    Och-Ziff Distributable Earnings Rise, Loss Widens

  • Earnings Report Distributable Profits Rise, But Loss Grows at Och-Ziff Hedge-fund manager Och-Ziff Capital Management LLC reported a 52% increase in distributable third-quarter earnings, which don't include charges related to its initial public offering, on steady fund performance that continued into October.

    Financial Briefing Book: Nov. 3

  • New: Get email alerts with breaking news and articles on prior article I presented the definition of distributable cash flow DCF used by Plains All American Pipeline, L.P.

  • LLC's first-quarter loss widened, but a rebound by the company's hedge funds led to a sharp increase in so-called distributable earnings, while

    Fortress Loss Widens, but GLG's Narrows

  • Under U.K. law, the capital counts as so-called distributable reserves.

    U.K. Firms Turn to 'Cashboxes' for Capital

  • Hypostasis may be described as the distributable Soul, for it is what enters bodily forms and multiplies itself by this division among them.

    The Six Enneads.

  • Lastly, Available Cash before Reserves also referred to as distributable cash flow is the quantitative standard used throughout the investment community with respect to publicly-traded partnerships.

  • So-called distributable profit jumped 18% to $4.69 million.

    NZ On Screen

  • Let us turn the page to slide number 7 and look at our DCF numbers, slide titled distributable cash flow per LP unit.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • It is clear that the temptation to increase "distributable" property, if one may coin such, an expression, is very great, and accounts for the way in which many Roman gentlemen have rushed headlong into speculation, though possessing none of the qualities necessary for success, and only one of the requisites, namely, a certain amount of ready money, or free and convertible property.

    Don Orsino

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