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Global New Issues

ALLMANAGERSPARENT_CODE

All Managers Parent (Code):: Code for the ultimate parent of manager.

ALLMGR

Different description, same code same definition:: All Managers, inc. Int'l Co-Managers (Code): SDC code for all managers (Agent, Co-Agents, Lenders/Participants) will be displayed across the report page.

ALLMGR

Different description, same code same definition:: All Managers, inc.

Int'l Co-Managers (Code): SDC code for all managers (Agent, Co-Agents, Lenders/Participants) will be displayed across the report page.

NONBOOKMANAGERS

Different description, same code same definition:: All Managers, exc. Book Manager (Codes on One Line): SDC codes of all managers of an issue excluding book managers(s), listed on one line (40 characters wide). Syndicated Loans: SDC codes of Agent and Co-Agent banks, excluding the book manager(s).

FILEAMOUNT

Amount Filed - in this Mkt (Host Mil, this Mkt):: The domestic amount filed at original filing, in host currency millions.

On common stock issues, this data item = original domestic shares filed (SHFIL) X original mid file price (MFILE).

BLOCK_ABB_ELIG

Block Trade/ Accelerated Book Built Eligible Flag:: A flag that allows for the inclusion of all block trades and accelerated bookbuilt offerings where the shares are 100% secondary and proceeds are greater than US$25 million.

This flag only applies to non-US transactions.

CDOSUBTYPE

CDO Subtype:: Issue has an asset type of high yield bonds, corporate loans, investment grade bonds, preferred stock or structured finance credit. A CDO is a structured fixed security with cash flows linked to the performance of debt instruments.

COMANAGERS

Co-Managers (Co-Leads on Non-US Issues)(Codes):: Thomson Reuters codes identifying co-managers of issue.

Syndicated Loans: Thomson Reuters codes for Co-Agents (Tier 2) and Participants/Lenders (Tier 3)

CONTINGENT_CONV_TRIGGER_FLAG

Contingent Conversion Trigger Flag::A flag that identifies a convertible bond product where investors can only elect to convert if the stock price exceeds some multiple of the conversion price. Convertible bonds with only a downside contingent conversion feature are not captured by this flag and are tracked in the bond database.

COMANAGERS_OR_INTLCOMANAGERS

Co-Agents (Codes):: Thomson Reuters codes identifying the Co-Agents of issue, Co-Agents (Tier 2) and Participants (Tier 3).

C_TOTFILEAMT

Current Amount Filed - sum of all Mkts (host mil):: Most recent global dollar amount filed, expressed in host currency millions.

Researched for all Issues in Registration filed since 01/01/96.

C_FILEAMT

Current Amount Filed - in this Mkt (host mil):: Most recent domestic amount filed, expressed in host currency millions.

Researched for all Issues in Registration filed since 01/01/96.

QEDATE

Dates:: Expected Offer Date: Expected offering date of issue in registration. This date comes directly from the syndicate desk at the book manager firm.

D

Issue Date/Offer Date/Placement Date:: For equity, equity-related, and debt issues, the pricing date of the issue.

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For syndicated loans, the announcement date of the transaction.

DATE_POST

Dates Postponed:: Date that the issue was postponed (if applicable). Applies only to Issues in Registration databases.

DEAL_PCT_MKT

Deal Size as a Percent of Market Cap:: Deal size as a percent of the total dollar market value of all of a company's outstanding shares.

Calculated as (RANK1_OVERALLOT_TOTDOLAMT / MKTVALUEPF_PROS) * 100

DENOMINATIONS_CURRENCY

Denominations Currency:: Currency of the denomination; the minimum amounts of an advance the borrower may take for any base rate/interest index.

DIV

Preferred Stock Dividend per Share ($):: Annual dividends paid, in dollars.

Applies only to Preferred Stock issues.

DIV

Preferred Stock Dividend per Share (Host):: Annual dividends paid, in the currency of issue. Applies only to Preferred Stock issues.

DOLPR

Dollar Premium per Share or Bond (%):: Calculated as: Bond Price - (Shares per bond x Common Stock Price)

EXCHANGE_CONVERSION_RATIO

Exch Conversion Ratio:: Relationship that determines how many shares of common stock will be received in exchange for each exchangeable bond or preferred share when the conversion takes place.

EXCHANGE_CONVERSION_RATIO_MAX

Exchange Ratio Max:: Relationship that determines the maximum amount of shares of common stock received in exchange for each exchangeable bond or preferred share when the conversion takes place.

EXCHANGE_CONVERSION_RATIO_MIN

Exchange Ratio Min:: Relationship that determines the minimum amount of shares of common stock received in exchange for each exchangeable bond or preferred share when the conversion takes place.

ACCTGF

Accounting Fees & Expenses ($):: Fees and expenses of the offering, in US dollars.

Applies only to US New Issues databases.

LEGALF

Expenses:: Legal Fees & Expenses ($): Legal fees and expenses of the offering, in US dollars. Applies only to US New Issues databases.

MISCF

Miscellaneous Fees & Expenses ($):: Miscellaneous fees and expenses of the offering, not accounted for in the other fee categories.

Applies only to US New Issues databases.

PRINTF

Expenses:: Printing & Engraving Expenses ($): Printing and engraving expenses of the offering, in US dollars. Applies only to US New Issues databases.

RATINGF

Expenses:: Rating Agency Fees ($): Rating agency fees and expenses of the offering, in US dollars.

Applies only to US New Issues databases.

TRUSTEEF

Expenses:: Trustees Fees & Expenses ($): Trustee fees and expenses of the offering, in US dollars. Applies only to US New Issues databases.

TOTGLBGROSS

Fees:: Total Global Gross Spread (US$ mil): Total global manager's fee, expressed in millions of Dollars. The fee is shared among lead managers, co-managers, and syndicate group.

Includes management fee (portion payable to lead manager - see MGT), underwriting fee (portion payable to co-managers - see UNDF), and selling concession (portion payable to syndicate - see SC).

TOTUNDM

Underwriting Fee (US Mil):: Portion of underwriting fee, expressed in millions of dollars, to be paid to the lead and co-managers who were part of the purchasing group.

MFILE

Middle File Price:: Middle price, in the original filing price range, at which the issuer expects securities to be offered.

In a secondary offering, the mid file price equals the low and high file prices (LFILE=MIDFILE=HFILE = the last common stock sale price on or before original filing date). MFILE applies only to common stock issues.

ISSUEADVISOR

Financial Advisor (Code):: IFR - Thomson Reuters code of financial advisor of issue.

Applies only to UK New Issues database.

BOOKSH

Book Value per Share After Offer:: Common equity (book value) after offer divided by shares outstanding after offer, displayed in US dollars.

BOOKSHB

Book Value per Share Before Offer:: Common equity (book value) before offer divided by shares outstanding before offer, displayed in US dollars.

CCAP

Common Equity as % of Capitalization:: Common equity expressed as a percent of capitalization, after the offering.

Capitalization is total debt (short-term, long-term, subordinated and convertible) plus common equity, preferred equity and minority interests.

CCAP2

Common Equity as % of Capitalization, exc. STD:: Common equity expressed as a percent of capitalization, excluding short term debt.

Capitalization, excluding short term debt, is the sum of long-term, subordinated and convertible debt plus common equity, preferred equity and minority interests.

EPSGROWTH

EPS Growth Over Five Years (%):: Earnings per share (EPS) growth rate over the last five fiscal years after the offering. The EPS ratio is calculated by taking the company's earnings and dividing by the number of shares outstanding.

EPSGROWTH is calculated as follows: [((EPS - EPS5) / EPS5) * 100].

EPS5

EPS Five Years Prior:: Earnings per share (EPS) five fiscal years prior to the offering.

EPS3

EPS Three Years Prior:: Earnings per share (EPS) three fiscal years prior to the offering.

EPS2

EPS Two Years Prior:: Earnings per share (EPS) two fiscal years prior to the offering.

DS_HIGHPRIC

High Price Last 52 Weeks:: The highest of all the intra-trading day highs during the preceding 52 weeks, in host currency.

MKTVALUEPF_PROS

Market Value After Offer from Prospectus (US$ mil):: According to the outstanding shares on the prospectus, market value after offer from prospectus is calculated as: Shares Outstanding After Offering from Prospectus (OUTSTANDINGPF_PROS) x Offer Price (P), expressed in millions of dollars.

PFD

Preferred Equity ($ Mil):: Total preferred equity outstanding at liquidation value after offering, in millions of dollars.

ASSETS

Total Assets Before Offering ($ Mil):: Total balance sheet assets, including current assets, long-term investments and funds, net fixed assets, intangible assets and deferred charges, before the offering, in millions of dollars.

Equals total liabilities plus shareholders' equity plus minority interest.

GLOBAL_COORD

Global Coordinators (Codes Listed Down the Page):: Thomson Reuters codes for all the global coordinators of an offering, listed down.

When the issuer is offering shares in several markets across borders, one of the lead managers may be appointed to co-ordinate the entire offering, and is known as the global coordinator.

ICOMGR

International Co-Managers (selling group on non-US issues)(Code):: Fixed Income and Equity - Thomson Reuters codes identifying the members of the selling group of an issue . The selling group is comprised of the lead, co-managers and syndicate members.

Applies only to non-US New Issues Fixed Income and Equity databases.

INTLMARKETPLACE

INTL Marketplace Flag (Y/N):: Set to Y when the transaction meets the following criteria: Includes all international and cross border, non-convertible debt and non-convertible preferred stock transactions. Including Euro bonds, foreign bonds, Yankee bonds and global transactions.

Excludes all International certificates of deposit and deposit notes. Includes International Bank Notes. Excludes all global Asset-backed and Mortgage-backed transactions with an issuer nation of the United States. This data item only applies to SDC Platinum™ Standard International Bond League Table Sessions (J, K, L, N and O sessions). Criteria Description Platinum Code Applicable Databases Foreign & International ED, EP Exclude convertible deals CVT EP Yankee Bonds FMCOD M, D, P, R144D, R144D Global Bonds GLOBAL_BOND M, D, P, R144D, R144P Exclude US ABS & MBS MTGTYPC and NATC M, P, R144D, R144P Exclude CDs & Deposit Notes SECUR ED, EP, M, D, P, R144D, R144P

ALLOT_CUSIP

Japanese Third Party Allotment:: Allotted Company Cusip: Cusip of companies receiving 3rd party allotment shares.

Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

ISLAMIC_FINANCING_YN

Islamic Financing Flag (Y/N):: A yes/no flag to indicate that a Loan or Bond is classified as Islamic Financing.

CU

Issuer/Borrower 6-digit CUSIP:: The 6-digit CUSIP of the issuer or borrower.

The CUSIP is a six character, unique identifier for every company. Every U.S. company with publicly traded securities is listed in the Standard & Poors CUSIP directory and has a CUSIP assigned to it. When companies are sorted by their CUSIPs, the listing will be approximately alphabetical. In cases where a CUSIP has not been assigned, SDC will estimate one according to the rules specified by S&P.

NAICS_CODE

Issuer/Borrower All NAIC (Code):: A list of all North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes assigned to the issuer/borrower.

SIC

Issuer/Borrower All SIC (Codes on One Line):: Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes for the issuer or borrower.

A separate SIC code is assigned to each line of business in which a company is involved. The first SIC code listed is the primary SIC code, which indicates the primary line of business for the issuer or borrower based on revenues. Up to ten SIC codes will be assigned based on information obtained from Securities and Exchange Commission filings and other corporate documents.

BUSINESSL_Q

Issuer/Borrower Business Description, Full (UPPER CASE):: Description of the issuer/borrower company business, searched using full text, ALL CAPS.

HIGHTECHCODE

Issuer/Borrower High Tech Industry (Codes):: Thomson Reuters code of the high tech industry in which the issuer or borrower is involved as its primary line of business (if applicable).

These distinctions are more detailed than what is available through the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Codes.

IP

Issuer/Borrower Immediate Parent's 6-digit CUSIP:: 6-digit CUSIP of issuer's immediate parent. The CUSIP is a six character, unique identifier for every company. Every U.S. company with publicly traded securities is listed in the Standard & Poors CUSIP directory and has a CUSIP assigned to it. When companies are sorted by their CUSIPs, the listing will be approximately alphabetical.

In cases where a CUSIP has not been assigned, SDC will estimate one according to the rules specified by S&P.

TMAINDUSTRYCODE

Issuer/Borrower M&A Industry (Code):: Code for the industry sector(s) of the target in a related M&A transaction.

TF_MACRO_CODE

Issuer/Borrower Macro Industry (Code):: Thomson Reuters proprietary macro-level industry classifications based on SIC Codes, NAIC Codes and overall company business description.

There are 14 macro-level classifications comprised of more than 85 mid-level categories.

TF_MID_CODE

Issuer/Borrower Mid Industry (Code):: Thomson Reuters proprietary mid-level industry classifications based on SIC Codes, NAIC Codes and overall company business description. There are more than 85 mid-level industry classifications grouped by 14 macro-level categories.

NATC

Issuer/Borrower Nation (Code):: Nation code where issuer/borrower is located (e.g.

US).

NATREGCODE

Issuer/Borrower Nation Region (Code):: Nation region code where issuer/borrower is located (e.g. LA).

NAICS_PRIMARY_CODE

Issuer/Borrower Primary NAIC (Code):: Primary North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code assigned to issuer/borrower.

LEVEL2_PRIMARY_CODE

Issuer/Borrower Primary NAIC Industry (Code):: Primary North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) industry associated with primary NAICS code of issuer/borrower.

SICP

Issuer/Borrower Primary SIC (Code):: Primary Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code for the issuer or borrower.

A separate SIC code is assigned to each line of business in which a company is involved. The primary SIC code indicates the primary line of business for the issuer based on revenues. The primary SIC code will be assigned based on information obtained from Securities and Exchange Commission filings and other corporate documents.

INDUSTRYCODE

Issuer/Borrower SDC Industry (Code):: Thomson Reuters code of the issuer or borrower's primary industry, based on primary SIC Code (e.g.

MA).

STC

Issuer/Borrower State (Code):: State code where the issuer or borrower is located.

STIC

Issuer/Borrower State of Incorporation (Code):: State code where the issuer or borrower was incorporated at the time of the offering (e.g.

DE).

TIC

Issuer/Borrower Ticker Symbol:: Symbol for issuer/borrower stock on its primary exchange at the time of issue.

UPNAICS_CODE

Issuer/Borrower Ultimate Parent NAIC (Code):: A list of all North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes assigned to the ultimate parent of issuer/borrower.

TF_UP_MACRO_CODE

Issuer/Borrower Macro Industry (Code):: Thomson Reuters proprietary macro-level industry classifications based on SIC Codes, NAIC Codes and overall company business description.

There are 14 macro-level classifications comprised of more than 85 mid-level categories.

TF_UP_MID_CODE

Issuer/Borrower Mid Industry (Code):: Thomson Reuters proprietary mid-level industry classifications based on SIC Codes, NAIC Codes and overall company business description.

There are more than 85 mid-level industry classifications grouped by 14 macro-level categories.

UPNAICS_PRIMARY_CODE

Issuer/Borrower Ultimate Parent Primary NAIC (Code):: Primary North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code assigned to the ultimate parent of issuer/borrower.

UPNAICS_PRIMARY_DESC

Issuer/Borrower Ultimate Parent Primary NAIC Description:: A description of the main North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code assigned to the ultimate parent of issuer/borrower.

UPLEVEL2_PRIMARY_CODE

Issuer/Borrower Ultimate Parent Primary NAIC Industry (Code):: Primary North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) industry code associated with primary NAICS code of the ultimate parent of issuer/borrower.

UPLEVEL2_PRIMARY_DESC

Issuer/Borrower Ultimate Parent Primary NAIC Industry Description:: Primary North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) industry description associated with primary NAICS code of the ultimate parent of issuer/borrower.

UPCUSIP

Issuer/Borrower Ultimate Parent's 6-digit CUSIP:: The 6-digit CUSIP of the issuer's/borrower's ultimate parent.

The CUSIP is a six character, unique identifier for every company. Every U.S. company with publicly traded securities is listed in the Standard & Poors CUSIP directory and has a CUSIP assigned to it.

When companies are sorted by their CUSIPs, the listing will be approximately alphabetical. In cases where a CUSIP has not been assigned, SDC will estimate one according to the rules specified by S&P.

UPNATC

Issuer/Borrower Ultimate Parent's Nation (Code):: Nation code where issuer's/borrower's ultimate parent is located.

UPNATREGC

Issuer/Borrower Ultimate Parent's Nation Region (Code):: Nation region code where issuer's/borrower's ultimate parent is located.

UPSICP

Issuer/Borrower Ultimate Parent's Primary SIC (Code):: Primary Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code for the issuer's/borrower's ultimate parent.

A separate SIC code is assigned to each line of business in which a company is involved. The primary SIC code indicates the primary line of business for the issuer/borrower based on revenues. The primary SIC code will be assigned based on information obtained from Securities and Exchange Commission filings and other corporate documents.

UPPUB

Issuer/Borrower Ultimate Parent's Public Status (Code):: SDC code indicating the public status of the issuer's/borrower's ultimate parent.

UPSEDOL

Issuer/Borrower Ultimate Parent's SEDOL:: An identification code, consisting of seven alphanumeric characters, that is assigned to the ultimate parent of a company on the London Stock Exchange and on other smaller exchanges in the U.K

UPTIC

Issuer/Borrower Ultimate Parent's Ticker Symbol at Offering:: Trading symbol for issuer's/borrower's ultimate parent's common stock.

ISSUERLAWSTATE

Issuer's Law Firm State:: State where issuer's law firm is located.

AUD

Issuer's/Borrower's Auditor (Code):: Short Name of Auditor of the issuer's/borrower's most recent financial statements, as available in the prospectus.

Syndicated Loans: Available in the SEC filings.

ILAW

Issuer's/Borrower's Law Firm (Code):: SDC code of issuer's/borrower's law firm.

IPO_OPENING_PRICE

Japanese IPO Primary & Secondary:: IPO Opening Price: First market price after IPO.

Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

BB_LOW

Japanese IPO Primary & Secondary:: Lower Bound of Bookbuilding IPO: Lower bound of bookbuilding. Offer Price should be determined between upper bound and lower bound.

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Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

SUCBID

Japanese IPO Primary & Secondary:: No. Successful Bid Shares Offered: Number of shares successfully bid on IPO primary/secondary shares. Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

BB_HIGH

Japanese IPO Primary & Secondary:: Upper Bound of Bookbuilding IPO: Upper bound of bookbuilding.

Offer Price should be determined between upper bound and lower bound. Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

LOPBID

Japanese IPO Primary Offer:: Lowest Bid (Host): The lowest price of all bids for IPO primary offer.

Only applied to Japanese IPO by Bid method.

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TOT_PIPO

Japanese IPO Primary Offer:: Total Number of Shares Offered: Total number of IPO primary shares offered. Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

SIPO_UW

Japanese IPO Secondary Offer:: Number of Underwriters: Number of securities companies in the syndicate underwriting an IPO Secondary share offering.

Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

TOT_SIPO

Japanese IPO Secondary Offer:: Total Number of Shares Offered: Total number of IPO secondary shares offered. Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

CBANKC

Japanese Issues:: Chief Commission Bank (Code): A chief commission bank is an institution required to protect the interests of investors in the event an issuer defaults on the interest and principal of the bond.

ALLENHC

Japanese Issues:: Credit Enhancement (Code): Credit enhancement type of asset backed Securities.

DEPOSITARY_BANK

Japanese Issues:: Depositary Bank (Code): For private bonds and Government Guaranteed Bond of Small Business Promotion Corp, a Depositary Bank is set up in lieu of Commissioned Company.

And also for ABS deals, a Depositary Bank is set up if the securities are backed by trust beneficiary rights.

OTHER_SPECIAL_CLAUSE_CODE

Japanese Issues:: Other Special Clause (Code): Code identifying any special feature of this issuance which cannot be covered by other data items.

For example, Limited Recourse, Subordinated Clause, Exchangeable into Equities, Extendible Maturity, etc..

OSPCC

Japanese Issues:: Overseas SPC Cusip: Cusip for overseas special purpose company of asset backed securities.

SECURITYCODE

Japanese Issues:: Security Type (Code): Codes for Type of Security.

(e.g., 11: Straight Bonds, 12: Convertible Bonds, 13: Bonds with Warrants)

HOST_AMOUNT

Japanese Issues:: Amount of Proceeds to be Used (Host mil): Amount of proceeds from the offering that will be used.

ADATE

Japanese Issues:: Announcement Date: The date the deal was announced.

JGBNO

JGB Number:: Number of the Japanese government bond off of which the bond is priced.

Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

JGBSP

JGB Spread:: Number of basis points above or below the Japanese government bond off of which the bond is priced.

Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

NUMPUBUW

Japanese Issues:: Number of Public Offer Shares Underwritten: Number of Public Offer shares that are underwritten. Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

NUMRTSUW

Japanese Issues:: Number of Rights Shares Underwritten: Number of rights shares that are underwritten.

OFFMETHC

Japanese Issues:: Offer Method (Code): Code indicating the offer type of this issue. Applies only to Japanese New Issues database. 11: Public Offering—Post-IPO offering of new shares. 12: IPO By Bid, Primary only—Initial public offering of new shares in which at least 50% of shares offered are priced by competitive bid among investors. 13: Third Party Allotment—Offering of new shares to relationship companies which are not existing shareholders.

Third party offers are not underwritten. 14: IPO By Bid, Secondary only—Initial public offering of existing shares by shareholders in which at least 50% of the shares offered are priced by competitive bid among investors. 15: IPO By Bid, Primary and Secondary—Initial public offering made by the bid method which includes both primary and secondary shares. 16: Rights Issue—Offering of new shares to existing shareholders only.

17: IPO By Bookbuilding, Primary only—Initial public offering of new shares in which pricing is done by demand survey among investors. 18: IPO By Bookbuilding, Secondary only—Initial public offering of existing shares by shareholders in which pricing is done by demand survey of investors.

19: IPO By Bookbuilding, Primary and Secondary –Initial public offering of both new shares and existing shares in which pricing is done by demand survey among investors.

UPCOMMISSIONEDBANK

Japanese Issues:: Registered Bond Number: ID number of Japanese Domestic Non-Convertible/Convertible Debt deals.

Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

STOCKNO

Japanese Issues:: Registered Stock Number: ID number of JPC deal information.

Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

BASIS_PRICE

Japanese Issues:: Stock Price Used for Pricing: Closing price of the share on pricing day. Offer price is determined as discounted market price. Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

STOCKTYPE

Japanese Issues:: Stock Type (Code): Type of stock.

(e.g. Common Stock with Par Value). Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

TOTAL_FEE_PAID_TO_UW

Japanese Issues:: Total Fee Paid to This Underwriter (Host): Total fee amount paid to this underwriter. Applies only to Japanese Issues databases.

TYPE_ISSUED_CAP_STOCKS

Japanese Issues:: Type of Capitalized Issue (Code): Code indicating the type of capitalized shares.

Applies only to Japanese Issues databases.

PTYP

Japanese Issues:: Type of Primary Issue (Code): Code indicating the type of shares offered in IPO Primary offering. (e.g. 112—Registered Par Value Common Stock). Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

UNDTYPC

Japanese Issues:: Underwriting Type (Code): Code indicating the type of underwriting such as Straight Underwriting, Stand-by Underwriting, and 3rd Party Allotment.

Applies only to Japanese Issues databases.

VALUE_NON_IPO_2ND_SHS_UW

Japanese Issues:: Value of Non-IPO Secondary Shares Underwritten (Host): JPY value of Non-IPO secondary shares underwritten by each syndicate member.

It equals to "Number of Non-IPO Secondary Shares Underwritten" x "Offer Price". Applies only to Japanese Issues databases.

AMT_NON_IPO_2ND_OFFER

Japanese Non-IPO Issue:: Amount (Host): Total amount of Non-IPO secondary offer, in host currency. Applies only to Non-IPO secondary offer.

QJBRI

JBRI Rating Number:: Japanese Bond Research Institute rating number (e.g.

675). Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

APP3PTY_END

Japanese Third Party Allotment:: Application End date: Date on which application for third party allotment shares ends. Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

APP3PTY_START

Japanese Third Party Allotment:: Application Start Date: Date on which application for third party allotment shares begins.

Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

SHS3PTY

Japanese Third Party Allotment:: Number of Shares Offered: Number of shares offered for third party allotment. Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

PDATE3PTY

Japanese Third Party Allotment:: Payment Date: Payment date of third party allotment. Applies only to 3rd party allotment deals.

AMT_3PTY

Japanese Third Party Allotment:: Total Amount (Host): Amount raised from the sale of third party allotment shares.

Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

WARUS

Amount Raised by Warrant in Host Currency (mil):: For bonds with attached warrants, the total principal amount (in millions host currency) raised by the issuance of the attached warrants.

LCOMPR

Last Reported Common Stock Sale Price Prior to Offer:: As disclosed in the prospectus, the last bid price for the common stock issue prior to offer date.

EXCHC

Stock Exchange Code:: Code indicating primary stock exchange on which issuer's/borrower's common stock trades (e.g.

N).

AGENTROLECODE

Loan Manager's Role (Codes Listed Down the Page):: Thomson Reuters code for the roles of managers (Agents, Co-Agent, Lenders/Participants).

Role is displayed as codes listed down the page.

MLAW

Manager's/Agent's Law Firm (Code):: SDC code of manager's/agent's law firm.

FINALMATURITY_YYYY

Maturity:: Final Maturity Date (mm/dd/yyyy): The latest possible maturity date of the bond or preferred stock.

If the loan is extendable, that number of years is added to the maturity to become the final maturity (e.g. 03/23/2023).

MULTI_CURRENCY_FLAG

Multi Currency Flag (Y/N):: Indicates when there are different currencies within multi-tranche deals.

CONTYP

Mutual to Stock Conversion Type (Code):: Code indicating the type of mutual to stock conversion (i.e.

Savings & Loan or Insurance ).

NUM_DAYS_IPO_TO_ACQ

Number of Days from IPO to Acquisition Announcement:: Difference in number of days between Issue Date (D) of an IPO and the Announcement Date (DA) of a related M&A transaction.

RANK1_NO_GLOBAL_COORDS

Number of Global Coordinators:: The total number of global coordinators participating in the transaction.

When the issuer is offering shares in several markets across borders, one of the lead managers may be appointed to co-ordinate the entire offering, and is known as the global coordinator.

NUMLEADS

Number of Lead Managers:: The number of lead manager(s) of the issue (Agent banks for Syndicated Loans/Placement Agents for private placements). See also NUMAMGR, NUMMGR, NUMBOOKS, NUMCOLEADS. Syndicated Loans: Number of Tier 1 Agents in a loan.

NUMCOLEADS

Number of Lead, Co-Lead & Co-Managers:: The number of lead, co-lead and co-managers of the issue.

See also NUMAMGR, NUMMGR, NUMBOOKS, NUMLEADS. Syndicated Loans: Number of Co-Agents: Total number of Co-Agents (Tier 2) in a loan.

NUMMGR

Number of Managers, exc. International Co-Managers:: The number of managers excluding international co-managers, of the issue. See also NUMAMGR, NUMBOOKS, NUMLEADS, NUMCOLEADS.

Syndicated Loans: Number of Agents and Co-Agents on loan.

NUMAMGR

Number of Managers, inc. International Co-Managers:: The number of managers, including international co-managers, of the issue. See also NUMMGR, NUMBOOKS, NUMLEADS, NUMCOLEADS. Syndicated Loans: Number of Agents/Managers: Total number of managers on loan.

ALLOT_SHARES

Number of Shares Allotted to Managers, incl.

Syndicate members:: Number of shares allotted to managers, including syndicate members, according to final prospectus.

LOCKUP_SHARES

Number of Shares Subject to Lockup:: The number of shares eligible for sale upon expiration of the lockup agreement and/or restriction period. Many of these restricted securities will be subject to Rule 144 volume limitations when sold.

Lock shares are also known as shares eligible for sale or the number of shares eligible for sale upon expiration of the underwriters lockup agreement and/or restriction period. The restriction period is generally referring to SEC Rule 144 pertaining to insider selling. Typically the shares in question will be the "restricted securities", simply defined as securities acquired directly or indirectly from the issuer or an affiliate in a transaction not involving any public offering.

The restricted securities are normally the shares outstanding minus the "freely tradable" securities, not including the shares covered in the over-allotment agreement. The shares floated in the public offering are obviously freely tradable. Shares outstanding include all classes of common stock. The following list further defines what Thomson is using to calculate Shares Eligible for Sale: Warrants, Options and Convertible Preferred Securities are not included.

All classes of Common Stock, (Class A, Class B, etc.), are included. Shares are adjusted for follow-on offerings, mergers and acquisitions, & underwriters' early release, and stock splits.

P

Offer Price:: Price per share or bond at which the security is offered to the public. For equity it is expressed in local currency units per share, while for debt it is expressed as a percentage of face value.

OUTSTANDING_AMOUNT

Outstanding Amount ($ mil):: The amount of the deal that has not been redeemed.

OVSHSLDTRANCHE

Overallotment Shares Sold This Market:: Overallotment shares sold in this market.

A green shoe clause in an underwriting agreement provides that, in the case of excess demand, the issuer will authorize additional shares to be sold through the existing syndicate.

PARTICIPANT_ROLE

Participant Role:: Participant roles are the depositor, servicer or collateral manager. A depositor sells the mortgage loans to the issuing entity.

A servicer is the organization which collects principal and interest payments from borrowers and manages their escrow accounts. A collateral manager, is responsible for the assets pledged, in case of credit default.

EXCHC

Listing:: Primary Exchange of Issuer's/Borrower's Stock (Code): Code indicating primary stock exchange on which issuer/borrower's common stock trades (e.g.

N).

BOOKAMOUNT

Principal Amount per Book Manager - in this Mkt ($ Mil):: Principal domestic amount, in millions of dollars, credited to each book manager on the issue.

This data item equals the domestic principal amount of issue (AMT) divided by the number of book managers on the issue (NUMBOOKS).

AMT

Principal Amount per Tranche ($ Mil, this Mkt):: Domestic principal amount of issue, per tranche, in millions of dollars.

On common stock issues principal amount equals proceeds amount (see PROCDS). On debt issues principal amount may or may not equal proceeds amount, depending on whether or not the bonds were offered at face value. Use data item TOTDOLAMT to view the global principal amount of issue. On syndicated loans, it is the Tranche amount in millions of US dollars.

RANK1_TOTAMTRAISEDAUMIL

Proceeds Amount inc.

Overallotment Sold - sum of all Mkts (AU$ Mil):: Total proceeds amount for the entire transaction plus overallotment amount (or green shoe) sold, in millions of dollars (AU$ Mil). This figure represents all tranches of the transaction. A green shoe clause in an underwriting agreement provides that, in the case of excess demand, the issuer will authorize additional shares or bonds to be sold through the existing syndicate.

For bond issues, this figure is calculated by accumulating the principal amount plus overallotment sold multiplied by offer price for each tranche within the transaction. For common stock issues, this figure is calculated by accumulating shares plus overallotment shares sold multiplied by the offer price for each tranche within the transaction.

YEN_RANK1_OVERALLOT_PROCEEDS

Proceeds Amount Inc.

Over Sold in this Market (YEN mil):: Proceeds amount of the issue in this market plus Over Sold in this Market for this market, in millions of yen.

EURO_RANK1_OVERALLOT_PROCEEDS

Proceeds Amount Inc. Over Sold-in this Market (EURO mil):: Proceeds amount of the issue in this market plus Over Sold in this Market for this market, in millions of Euros.

STG_RANK1_OVERALLOT_PROCEEDS

Proceeds Amount Inc. Over Sold-in this Market (STG mil):: Proceeds amount of the issue in this market plus Over Sold in this Market for this market, in millions of pounds.

EMU_BOOKPROCEEDS

Proceeds Amount per Book Runner This Market:: Proceeds, in Euros, in this market allocated to the Bookrunner per tranche.

BOOKPROCEEDS

Proceeds Amount per Book Runner This Market (US$ mil):: Proceeds, in millions of US dollars, in this market allocated to the Bookrunner per tranche.

EMU_BOOKPRO_OVERAMT_THISMKT

Proceeds Amount plus Overamount per Book Runner this Market:: Proceeds in Euros, including overallotment, allocated to the Bookrunner per tranche.

EMU_BOOKPROCEEDS_OVERAMT

Proceeds Amount plus Overamt per Book Runner All Markets:: Proceeds in Euros, including overallotment, allocated to the Bookrunner per deal (sum of all tranches).

BOOKPROCEEDS_OVERAMT

Proceeds Amount plus Overamt per Book Runner All Markets (US $mil):: Proceeds in US dollars, including overallotment, allocated to the Bookrunner per deal (sum of all tranches).

EMU_BOOKPROCEEDS_ALLMKTS

Proceeds Amount per Book Runner All Mkts:: Proceeds in Euros, excluding overallotment, allocated to the Bookrunner per deal (sum of all tranches).

BOOKPROCEEDS_ALLMKTS

Proceeds Amount per Book Runner All Mkts (US $mil):: Proceeds in millions of US dollars, excluding overallotment, allocated to the Bookrunner per deal (sum of all tranches).

QFITCH

Ratings:: Fitch Long Term Debt Rating: Fitch Long Term Debt Rating of the company at the time of closing.

The rating system: AAA AA+,AA,AA- A+,A,A- BBB+,BBB,BBB- BB+,BB,BB- B+,B,B- CCC+,CCC,CCC- CC C DDD DD

QMOODY

Moodys Rating:: The issue's rating from the Moodys agency at time of offering. Ratings range from Aaa, the highest, to Ca, the least credit worthy.

QSENIORMOODY

Moodys Rating for Outstanding Senior Debt:: Moodys rating of outstanding senior debt of issuer at time of program.

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Applies only to MTN Programs database.

QSENIORSP

Ratings:: S&P Rating for Outstanding Senior Debt: Standard and Poors rating of outstanding senior debt of issuer at time of program. Applies only to MTN Programs database.

RED_CHIP

Red Chip Companies Flag:: Retrieves deals where the Issuer or Borrower in a transaction is a red chip company.

Red Chip companies are companies incorporated outside of mainland China and listed in the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. These entities are included in the Hang Seng China-Affiliated Corporations Index.

RELATED_DEAL_NUMBER

Related Deal Number:: Unique nine digit number assigned to a related transaction in Thomson Reuters Deals databases.

LBODATEANN

Related LBO Deal:: Announcement Date: The date the deal was announced.

If issue is related to a leveraged buyout (LBO), this data item stores the announcement date of the LBO transaction.

LBOVALUE

Related LBO Deal:: Deal Value ($ Mil): Value of the transaction in millions of dollars.

If issue is related to a leveraged buyout (LBO), this data item stores the value, in millions of dollars, of the LBO transaction.

LBODATEEFF

Related LBO Deal:: Effective Date: Date when the entire transaction is completed and effective.

In a two-step transaction this is the date when the second-step merger is completed. If issue is related to a leveraged buyout (LBO), this data item stores the effective (completion) date of the LBO transaction.

LBOICODE

Related LBO Deal:: Investor (Name): Name of investors, which are part of the acquiring group.

If issue is related to a leveraged buyout (LBO), this data item stores the investor names of the LBO transaction.

LBO_LOGNUM

Related LBO Deal:: SDC Deal Number: Unique nine digit number assigned to every individual transaction. If issue is related to a leveraged buyout (LBO), this data item stores the SDC deal number of the LBO transaction

REL_MA_ACUSIP

Related M&A Acquiror 6-digit CUSIP:: A 6-character unique identifier assigned to the Acquiror of the related M&A deal.

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Every U.S. company with publicly traded securities is listed in the Standard & Poors CUSIP directory. If a CUSIP has not been assigned Thomson Reuters will estimate one according to the rules specified by Standard & Poors.

REL_MA_ACIDGEN

Related M&A Acquiror CIDGEN:: A unique nine-digit number used by Thomson Reuters to identify the acquiring company in a related M&A transaction.

REL_MA_BUYSIDE_INVOLV_YN

Related M&A Buyside:: Financial Sponsor Activity Flag (Y/N): This data item will retrieve related M&A transactions that satisfy any one of the following conditions: - If the Acquirer, Investor, Immediate or Ultimate Parent of Acquirer, Immediate or Ultimate Parent of Investor, is a Financial Sponsor.

- If the Acquirer, Investor, Immediate or Ultimate Parent of Acquirer, Immediate or Ultimate Parent of Investor is a Financial Sponsor or a portfolio company regardless of ownership stake (includes undisclosed, minority ownership of less than 50% and majority ownership of 50% or more).

REL_MA_DATEANN

Related M&A Date Announced:: The date one or more parties involved in the related M&A transaction makes the first public disclosure of common or unilateral intent to pursue the transaction (no formal agreement is required).

Among other things, Date Announced is determined by the disclosure of discussions between parties, disclosure of a unilateral approach made by a potential bidder, and the disclosure of a signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) or other agreement. For transactions prior to 2006 this date is set to equal Rank Date.

REL_MA_FINANCIAL_INVOLV_YN

Related M&A Financial Sponsor Involvement Flag (Y/N):: Retrieves related M&A activity of any financial sponsor or its portfolio company.

Includes M&A activity of undisclosed, majority, or minority owned portfolio company, fund, trust, or asset. Coverage of non-majority owned portfolio company activity begins in 2004.

Non-majority ownership is defined as ownership of direct or indirect voting rights of less than 50% or undisclosed. Coverage of majority owned portfolio company activity begins in 1980.

REL_MA_FORMCODE

Related M&A Form of the Deal (Code):: 10 codes describing the specific form of the related M&A transaction: M (MERGER): A combination of business takes place or 100% of the stock of a public or private company is acquired.

A (ACQUISITION): deal in which 100% of a company is spun off or split off is classified as an acquisition by shareholders. AM (ACQ OF MAJORITY INTEREST): the acquiror must have held less than 50% and be seeking to acquire 50% or more, but less than 100% of the target company’s stock.

AP (ACQ OF PARTIAL INTEREST): deals in which the acquiror holds less than 50% and is seeking to acquire less than 50%, or the acquiror holds over 50% and is seeking less than 100% of the target company’s stock. AR (ACQ OF REMAINING INTEREST): deals in which the acquiror holds over 50% and is seeking to acquire 100% of the target company’s stock.

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AA (ACQ OF ASSETS): deals in which the assets of a company, subsidiary, division, or branch are acquired. This code is used in all transactions when a company is being acquired and the consideration sought is not given. AC: (ACQ OF CERTAIN ASSETS): deals in which sources state that "certain assets" of a company, subsidiary, or division are acquired. R (RECAPITALIZATION): deals in which a company undergoes a shareholders’ Leveraged recapitalization in which the company issues a special one-time dividend (in the form of cash, debt securities, preferred stock, or assets) allowing shareholders to retain an equity interest in the company.

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B (BUYBACK): deals in which the company buys back its equity securities or securities convertible into equity, either on the open market, through privately negotiated transactions, or through a tender offer.

Board authorized repurchases are included. EO (EXCHANGE OFFER): deals in which a company offers to exchange new securities for its equity securities outstanding or its securities convertible into equity.

REL_MA_INVCUSIP

Related M&A Investor 6-digit CUSIPs:: A 6-character unique identifier assigned to the investor of the related M&A deal.

Every publicly traded U.S. company is listed in Standard and Poors CUSIP directory.

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If a CUSIP is not assigned, Thomson Reuters will estimate one according to the rules specified by Standard and Poors.

REL_MA_ICODE

Related M&A Investor CIDGEN:: A unique code assigned to each member of the acquiring group of a related M&A deal.

REL_MA_R_DATE

Related M&A Rank Date:: Rank date of the related M&A deal. For transactions announced prior to 2006, Rank Date is the first public disclosure of the intent to merge or acquire.

For transactions announced in 2006 or later, Rank Date is redefined to be the earliest public announcement of when a value can be applied to a transaction. If a value cannot be applied at Rank Date, the deal will be credited in the Announced League Tables with an undisclosed value. If a value can be applied at a later date, prior to or upon completion, the Rank Date will be updated and the value will be reflected in the Announced League Tables.

For most spin-offs and debt restructurings the Rank Date will equal the date the shares are distributed, however if these transactions can be valued prior to the completion (i.e. shares traded publicly or on a when-issued basis), Thomson Reuters will allocate Announced League Table credit on the date the shares can be valued, and not necessarily be when these shares are distributed.

REL_MA_RANKVAL

Related M&A Ranking Value inc. Net Debt of Target ($Mil):: Rank value of the related M&A deal.

Rank value is calculated by subtracting the value of any liabilities assumed in a transaction from the transaction value and by adding the target’s net debt ($mil).

Net debt is Straight Debt plus Short-Term Debt plus Preferred Equity minus Cash and Marketable Securities as of the date of the most current financial information prior to the announcement of the transaction.

RANKVAL = VALNOLIA + STRD + STD + PFDEQ – CASH. Preferred Equity is not included if Cost to acquire Preferred Shares (CSTPFD) is filled in. If the target’s net debt results in a negative Rank Value, Rank Value will be null. Rank Value is only calculated when all of the following conditions are met: 1.

Target is either public or a non-public company for which complete balance sheet information is available. 2. The acquiror is attempting to acquire 100% of the target from a currently held percentage of less than 50%. ** 3. The deal value is disclosed. 4. The target is NOT a bank, securities brokerage firm, credit institution, insurance company, or leasing company.

** If less than 95% is acquired, Rank Value is not applied and balance sheet debt is not prorated. For example, the acquisition of 85% of a company will not include 85% of the debt. This standard is practiced whether or not the intention was to gain 100% economic control of the company.

If initial Rank Value credit was given, and less than 95% is actually acquired, all debt credited to the transaction will be removed. If the objective is to acquire 100% of the economic interest of the company in a multi-step transaction, as stated at the announcement date of the initial step, net debt will be included in the valuation of the deal where the majority of shares are acquired.

Debt will be calculated using the most recent financial statements prior to the announcement of the initial step of the deal. Net debt will not be prorated between transactions.

REL_MA_SELLCUSIP

Related M&A Seller 6-digit CUSIP:: A 6-character unique identifier assigned to the seller of the related M&A deal.

Every publicly traded U.S. company is listed in Standard and Poors CUSIP directory. If a CUSIP is not assigned, Thomson Reuters will estimate one according to the rules specified by Standard and Poors. Thomson Reuters defines sellers as companies or banks that are sellers of minority interest in the target company.

The parent of the company is never considered a seller.

REL_MA_SCODE

Related M&A Seller CIDGEN:: A computer generated nine digit number used to identify the seller company in the related M&A transaction. Thomson Reuters defines sellers as companies or banks that are sellers of minority interest in the target company.

The parent of the company is never considered a seller.

REL_MA_SELLSIDE_INVOLV_YN

Related M&A Sellside:: Financial Sponsor Activity Flag (Y/N): This data item will retrieve related M&A transactions that satisfy one of the following conditions: - If the Target, Seller, Immediate or Ultimate Parent of Target, Immediate or Ultimate Parent of Seller, is a Financial Sponsor.

- If the Target, Seller, Immediate or Ultimate Parent of Target, Immediate or Ultimate Parent of Seller, is a financial sponsor or a portfolio company that is owned by a financial sponsor, regardless of ownership stake (includes undisclosed, minority ownership of less than 50% and majority ownership of 50% or more).

REL_MA_TCUSIP

Related M&A Target 6-digit CUSIP:: CUSIP for the target company of the related M&A deal.

The CUSIP is a six character, unique identifier for every target and acquiror. Every US company with publicly traded securities is listed in Standard & Poor's CUSIP Directory. In cases where a CUSIP has not been assigned, Thomson Reuters will estimate one according to S&P's guidelines for estimating CUSIPs.

REL_MA_TCIDGEN

Related M&A Target CIDGEN:: Unique code identifying the Target of a related M&A deal.

SECSHTH

Secondary Shares Offered this Market (thous):: The number of secondary shares offered, in thousands of shares, in this market by the selling shareholders; includes Strategic Investor allocation and excludes Employee offering.

SELL_SHRHLDR_ELIG

Selling Shareholder Eligible Flag (Y/N):: A flag indicating that the selling shareholder has been disclosed for the offering.

SHTYPC

Share Type Offered (Code):: Thomson Reuters code indicating whether shares offered are primary shares (the shares are all being sold by the company), secondary shares (the shares are all being sold by the selling shareholders), or a combination of both (the company is selling some of the shares and the selling shareholders are selling some of the shares).

[P, S, or C]

TOTSHSFILED

Shares Filed All Markets:: Total number of global shares filed at original filing.

SH

Shares Offered - in this Mkt:: Number of shares or ADRs offered in the domestic marketplace of issue (for global shares offered see TOT); for unit offerings the number denoted here is in shares, not units; see also ADRCONV or the NOTES field for additional ADR conversion or units details.

SHELF_TYPE

Shelf Type:: Indicates the type of shelf.

Ex. Japan, Universal, Debt etc. - Japan Shelf Debt - Latin America Shelf Common - Latin America Shelf Preferred - Shelf Common - Shelf Debt - Shelf Preferred - Universal Shelf

SINKEND

Sinking Fund End Date:: Date on which the last payment will be made by the issuer to the sinking fund, a custodial account which is used to repay the debt.

SWF_CUSIP

Sovereign Wealth Fund Cusip:: CUSIP of the sovereign wealth fund.

Retrieves New Issues, Bonds or Loans transactions involving a specific sovereign wealth fund. A sovereign wealth fund is a government controlled investment fund that is funded from foreign reserves or commodities and participates in foreign investment activity with a long-term investment horizon.

SWF_ROLE

Sovereign Wealth Fund Role:: Retrieves New Issues, Bonds or Loans transactions where a sovereign wealth fund played a specific role (i.e.

all deals where a sovereign wealth fund was the Issuer/Borrower or Issuer/Borrower Immediate Parent). A sovereign wealth fund is a government controlled investment fund that is funded from foreign reserves or commodities and participates in foreign investment activity with a long-term investment horizon.

SPINUPNATC

Spinoff Company:: Parent's Nation (Code): Nation code where spinoff company's parent is located (e.g.

US).

SPINCUSIP

Spinoff Company:: Parent's 6-digit CUSIP: 6-digit CUSIP of spinoff company's parent.

SPINBUSS

Spinoff Company:: Parent's Business Description (One Line): Business description of spinoff company's parent, listed on one line.

STD_BLKTRADE_ACCBOOK_ELIG_FLAG

Standard Block Trades & Accelerated Bookbuilds Eligible Flag:: Y/N flag to filter for all block trades and accelerated bookbuild transactions that meet Thomson Reuters’ global standard inclusion criteria: Domestic and international placements of block trade and accelerated book build offerings issued in the United States, Canada, Japan, Asia Pacific, Australia, Latin America, India and the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa).

Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by US issuers must have a printed prospectus in order to be eligible for league table credit. Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by non-US issuers must be more than $25m to be eligible for league table credit. Excluding common stock issued by closed end funds or trusts(Real Estate Investment Trusts and Business Development Companies are eligible for League Table credit).

Standard rank exclusions include all transactions which rank ineligible (due to submission deadlines), all transactions without a manager, all non-underwritten transactions, all open offer and best efforts transactions.

STD_COMMON_STOCK_ELIG_FLAG

Standard Common Stock Eligible Flag:: Y/N flag to filter for all common stock transactions that meet Thomson Reuters’ global standard inclusion criteria: Domestic and international placements of equity offerings issued in the United States,Japan, Asia Pacific, Australia, Latin America, India and the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa).

Offerings of secondary shares, including block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions, sold by non-institutional investors must have disclosed selling shareholders to be eligible for league table credit.

Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by US issuers must have a printed prospectus in order to be eligible for league table credit.

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Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by non-US issuers must be more than $25m to be eligible for league table credit. Excluding common stock issued by closed end funds or trusts. Excluding all strategic investor tranches. Standard rank exclusions include all transactions which rank ineligible (due to submission deadlines), all transactions without a manager, all non-underwritten transactions, all open offer and best efforts transactions.

STD_COSTK_OPENOFFERS_ELIG_FLAG

Standard Common Stock Eligible Flag (including Open Offers):: Y/N flag to filter for all common stock transactions (including open offers) that meet Thomson Reuters’ global standard inclusion criteria.

Domestic and international placements of equity offerings issued in the United States, Japan, Asia Pacific, Australia, Latin America, India and the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa). Offerings of secondary shares, including block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions, sold by non-institutional investors must have disclosed selling shareholders to be eligible for league table credit. Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by US issuers must have a printed prospectus in order to be eligible for league table credit.

Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by non-US issuers must be more than $25m to be eligible for league table credit. Excluding common stock issued by closed end funds or trusts. Excluding all strategic investor tranches. Standard rank exclusions include all transactions which rank ineligible (due to submission deadlines), all transactions without a manager, all non-underwritten transactions, and best efforts transactions.

STD_CONV_OFFERING_ELIG_FLAG

Standard Convertible Offering Eligible Flag:: Y/N flag to filter for all convertible transactions that meet Thomson Reuters’ global standard inclusion criteria: All convertible bond and convertible preferred stock transactions issued in the United States, Japan, Asia Pacific, Australia, Latin America, India, Korea and the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa).

Excluding equity-related transactions issued by closed end funds or trusts. Excluding all strategic investor tranches. Standard rank exclusions include all equity-related transactions callable/putable under one year, all transactions which rank ineligible (due to submission deadlines), all transactions without a manager, all non-underwritten transactions, all open offer and best efforts transactions.

STD_DEBT_ELIG_FLAG

Standard Debt Eligible Flag:: Y/N flag to filter for all Standard League Table eligible debt transactions within standard (B) global debt rankings: All US Public, Euro Public and Rule 144a fee eligible Global debt transactions (including Global bonds, Euro/144a transactions, Yankee Bonds, Eurobonds, Foreign Bonds and preferred stock), with a maturity of 360 days or greater.

Including MBS, ABS & Tax Munis. Excluding sole-led MTN takedowns with a prospectus amount less than $50m and excluding certificate of deposits less than $50m. Standard rank exclusions include transactions callable/putable under one year, transactions without a manager, non-underwritten transactions, self funded ineligible transactions, transactions that are not ranked eligible (due to submission guidelines).

Self-funded ineligible is defined as a straight debt transaction (excluding mortgage and asset securitizations and all equity-related transactions) unless two or managers unrelated to the issuer are present.

STD_EQ_RELATED_ELIG_FLAG

Standard Equity & Equity-related Eligible Flag: Y/N flag to filter for all equity and equity-related transactions that meet Thomson Reuters’ global standard inclusion criteria:

Domestic and international placements of equity offerings in addition to domestic and international equity-related transactions issued in the United States, Canada, Japan, Asia Pacific, Australia, Latin America, India, Korea and the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa).

Offerings of secondary shares, including block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions, sold by non-institutional investors must have disclosed selling shareholders to be eligible for league table credit. Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by US/Canadian issuers must have a printed prospectus in order to be eligible for league table credit.

Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by non-US issuers must be more than $25m to be eligible for league table credit. Excluding common stock and equity-related transactions issued by closed end funds or trusts (Real Estate Investment Trusts and Business Development Companies are eligible for League Table credit).

Excluding all strategic investor tranches.

Standard rank exclusions include all equity-related transactions callable/putable under one year, all transactions which are rank ineligible (due to submission deadlines), all transactions without a manager, all non-underwritten transactions, all open offer and best efforts transactions.

Note: The data item works in exactly the same way as the “Standard Equity & Equity-related Eligible Flag (including Open Offers)”.

STD_EQREL_OPENOFFERS_ELIG_FLAG

Standard Equity & Equity-related Eligible Flag (including Open Offers): Y/N flag to filter for all equity and equity-related transactions that meet Thomson Reuters’ global standard inclusion criteria:

Domestic and international placements of equity offerings in addition to domestic and international equity-related transactions issued in the United States, Canada, Japan, Asia Pacific, Australia, Latin America, India, Korea and the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa).

Offerings of secondary shares, including block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions, sold by non-institutional investors must have disclosed selling shareholders to be eligible for league table credit. Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by US/Canadian issuers must have a printed prospectus in order to be eligible for league table credit.

Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by non-US issuers must be more than $25m to be eligible for league table credit. Excluding common stock and equity-related transactions issued by closed end funds or trusts (Real Estate Investment Trusts and Business Development Companies are eligible for League Table credit). Excluding all strategic investor tranches.

Standard rank exclusions include all equity-related transactions callable/putable under one year, all transactions which are rank ineligible (due to submission deadlines), all transactions without a manager, all non-underwritten transactions, and best efforts transactions.

Note: The data item works in exactly the same way as the “Standard Equity & Equity-related Eligible Flag”.

STD_INIT_PUB_OFFER_ELIG_FLAG

Standard Initial Public Offering Eligible Flag:: Y/N flag to filter for all initial public offerings that meet Thomson Reuters’ global standard inclusion criteria.

All initial public offerings (original IPO flag) with domestic and international placements issued in the United States, Japan, Asia Pacific, Australia, Latin America, India and the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa). Offerings of secondary shares, including block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions, sold by non-institutional investors must have disclosed selling shareholders to be eligible for league table credit. Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by US issuers must have a printed prospectus in order to be eligible for league table credit.

Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by non-US issuers must be more than $25m to be eligible for league table credit.

Excluding common stock issued by closed end funds or trusts. Excluding all strategic investor tranches. Standard rank exclusions include all transactions which rank ineligible (due to submission deadlines), all transactions without a manager, all non-underwritten transactions, all open offer and best efforts transactions.

STD_SEC_OFFERING_ELIG_FLAG

Standard Secondary Offering Eligible Flag:: Y/N flag to filter for all secondary transactions that meet Thomson Reuters’ global standard inclusion criteria.

Domestic and international placements of secondary offerings issued in the United States, Japan, Asia Pacific, Australia, Latin America, India and the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa). Offerings of secondary shares, including block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions, sold by non-institutional investors must have disclosed selling shareholders to be eligible for league table credit.

Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by US issuers must have a printed prospectus in order to be eligible for league table credit. Block trades and accelerated bookbuilt transactions by non-US issuers must be more than $25m to be eligible for league table credit. Excluding common stock issued by closed end funds or trusts. Excluding all strategic investor tranches. Standard rank exclusions include all transactions which rank ineligible (due to submission deadlines), all transactions without a manager, all non-underwritten transactions, all open offer and best efforts transactions.

PR4WK

Stock Price 4 Weeks After Offer:: closing stock price on primary exchange 4 weeks after offer (Issue Date).

TFSDPACKAGE_ID

TFSD Package Identifier:: Thomson Reuters unique identifier for the type of security package.

Syndicated Loans: Loan/Facility package id. The same as FACILITY_ID.

ISSUETYPE

Type of Issue (Code):: IFR SDC code for the type of issue (e.g. S). Applies only to UK New Issues database.

UNDERLYING_SEC_TYP_CODE

Underlying Security Type (Code):: The code for the type of security that the convertible/exchangeable will become once reaching maturity or due to the exercise of an option.

UIT

Unit Investment Trust Flag (Y/N):: A yes/no flag that is used to indicate a registered trust in which a fixed portfolio of income-producing securities are purchased and held to maturity.

Investors receive an undivided interest of the portfolio's principal as well as income proportionate to the amount they invested.

USMARKETPLACE

US Marketplace Flag (Y/N):: Set to Y when the transaction meets the following criteria: Includes all US dollar-denominated, non-convertible debt and non-convertible preferred stock transactions.

Euro/144a transactions are included if dollar-denominated. Includes Mortgage-backed, Asset-backed and Taxable Municipal transactions. This data item only applies to the SDC Platinum™ Standard US Bond League Table Session (F Session).

ALLMANAGERSPARENT_CODE

All Managers Parent (Code):: Code for the ultimate parent of manager.

ALLMGR

Different description, same code same definition:: All Managers, inc.

Int'l Co-Managers (Code): SDC code for all managers (Agent, Co-Agents, Lenders/Participants) will be displayed across the report page.

ALLMGR

Different description, same code same definition:: All Managers, inc. Int'l Co-Managers (Code): SDC code for all managers (Agent, Co-Agents, Lenders/Participants) will be displayed across the report page.

NONBOOKMANAGERS

Different description, same code same definition:: All Managers, exc. Book Manager (Codes on One Line): SDC codes of all managers of an issue excluding book managers(s), listed on one line (40 characters wide). Syndicated Loans: SDC codes of Agent and Co-Agent banks, excluding the book manager(s).

TOTOVERSH2

Amended Overallotment Shares Option - All Markets:: Latest amended global overallotment shares (a.k.a.

green shoe) option. A green shoe clause in an underwriting agreement provides that, in the case of excess demand, the issuer will authorize additional shares to be sold through the existing syndicate.

FILEAMOUNT

Amount Filed - in this Mkt (Host Mil, this Mkt):: The domestic amount filed at original filing, in host currency millions.

On common stock issues, this data item = original domestic shares filed (SHFIL) X original mid file price (MFILE).

BLOCK_ABB_ELIG

Block Trade/ Accelerated Book Built Eligible Flag:: A flag that allows for the inclusion of all block trades and accelerated bookbuilt offerings where the shares are 100% secondary and proceeds are greater than US$25 million.

This flag only applies to non-US transactions.

CDOSUBTYPE

CDO Subtype:: Issue has an asset type of high yield bonds, corporate loans, investment grade bonds, preferred stock or structured finance credit.

A CDO is a structured fixed security with cash flows linked to the performance of debt instruments.

COMANAGERS

Co-Managers (Co-Leads on Non-US Issues)(Codes):: Thomson Reuters codes identifying co-managers of issue. Syndicated Loans: Thomson Reuters codes for Co-Agents (Tier 2) and Participants/Lenders (Tier 3)

C_TOTFILEAMT

Current Amount Filed - sum of all Mkts (host mil):: Most recent global dollar amount filed, expressed in host currency millions.

Researched for all Issues in Registration filed since 01/01/96.

C_FILEAMT

Current Amount Filed - in this Mkt (host mil):: Most recent domestic amount filed, expressed in host currency millions. Researched for all Issues in Registration filed since 01/01/96.

DATE_POST

Dates Postponed:: Date that the issue was postponed (if applicable).

Applies only to Issues in Registration databases.

DEAL_PCT_MKT

Deal Size as a Percent of Market Cap:: Deal size as a percent of the total dollar market value of all of a company's outstanding shares. Calculated as (RANK1_OVERALLOT_TOTDOLAMT / MKTVALUEPF_PROS) * 100

DENOMINATIONS_CURRENCY

Denominations Currency:: Currency of the denomination; the minimum amounts of an advance the borrower may take for any base rate/interest index.

DIVNOTES

Dividend:: Additional Dividend Notes: Additional notes on the dividend description.

Applies only to UK New Issues database.

DIVINC

Dividend:: Dividend Income: Applies only to UK New Issues database.

DIV

Preferred Stock Dividend per Share ($):: Annual dividends paid, in dollars.

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Applies only to Preferred Stock issues.

DIV

Preferred Stock Dividend per Share (Host):: Annual dividends paid, in the currency of issue.

Applies only to Preferred Stock issues.

DOLPR

Dollar Premium per Share or Bond (%):: Calculated as: Bond Price - (Shares per bond x Common Stock Price)

EXCHANGE_CONVERSION_RATIO

Exch Conversion Ratio:: Relationship that determines how many shares of common stock will be received in exchange for each exchangeable bond or preferred share when the conversion takes place.

EXCHANGE_CONVERSION_RATIO_MAX

Exchange Ratio Max:: Relationship that determines the maximum amount of shares of common stock received in exchange for each exchangeable bond or preferred share when the conversion takes place.

EXCHANGE_CONVERSION_RATIO_MIN

Exchange Ratio Min:: Relationship that determines the minimum amount of shares of common stock received in exchange for each exchangeable bond or preferred share when the conversion takes place.

ACCTGF

Accounting Fees & Expenses ($):: Fees and expenses of the offering, in US dollars.

Applies only to US New Issues databases.

LEGALF

Expenses:: Legal Fees & Expenses ($): Legal fees and expenses of the offering, in US dollars. Applies only to US New Issues databases.

MISCF

Miscellaneous Fees & Expenses ($):: Miscellaneous fees and expenses of the offering, not accounted for in the other fee categories.

Applies only to US New Issues databases.

PRINTF

Expenses:: Printing & Engraving Expenses ($): Printing and engraving expenses of the offering, in US dollars. Applies only to US New Issues databases.

TRANSFERF

Expenses:: Transfer & Registrar Agent Fees ($): Transfer and registrar agent fees of the offering, in US dollars.

Applies only to US New Issues databases.

RATINGF

Expenses:: Rating Agency Fees ($): Rating agency fees and expenses of the offering, in US dollars.

Applies only to US New Issues databases.

TRUSTEEF

Expenses:: Trustees Fees & Expenses ($): Trustee fees and expenses of the offering, in US dollars. Applies only to US New Issues databases.

UNDEXPENSESF

Expenses:: Underwriter's Non-Accountable Expense Allowance Fee: Underwriter's non-accountable expense allowance fee of the offering, in US dollars.

Applies only to US New Issues databases.

TOTGLBGROSS

Fees:: Total Global Gross Spread (US$ mil): Total global manager's fee, expressed in millions of Dollars. The fee is shared among lead managers, co-managers, and syndicate group.

Includes management fee (portion payable to lead manager - see MGT), underwriting fee (portion payable to co-managers - see UNDF), and selling concession (portion payable to syndicate - see SC).

TOTUNDM

Underwriting Fee (US Mil):: Portion of underwriting fee, expressed in millions of dollars, to be paid to the lead and co-managers who were part of the purchasing group.

MFILE

Middle File Price:: Middle price, in the original filing price range, at which the issuer expects securities to be offered.

In a secondary offering, the mid file price equals the low and high file prices (LFILE=MIDFILE=HFILE = the last common stock sale price on or before original filing date). MFILE applies only to common stock issues.

ISSUEADVISOR

Financial Advisor (Code):: IFR - Thomson Reuters code of financial advisor of issue.

Applies only to UK New Issues database.

BOOKSH

Book Value per Share After Offer:: Common equity (book value) after offer divided by shares outstanding after offer, displayed in US dollars.

BOOKSHB

Book Value per Share Before Offer:: Common equity (book value) before offer divided by shares outstanding before offer, displayed in US dollars.

CCAP

Common Equity as % of Capitalization:: Common equity expressed as a percent of capitalization, after the offering.

Capitalization is total debt (short-term, long-term, subordinated and convertible) plus common equity, preferred equity and minority interests.

CCAP2

Common Equity as % of Capitalization, exc. STD:: Common equity expressed as a percent of capitalization, excluding short term debt. Capitalization, excluding short term debt, is the sum of long-term, subordinated and convertible debt plus common equity, preferred equity and minority interests.

EPSGROWTH

EPS Growth Over Five Years (%):: Earnings per share (EPS) growth rate over the last five fiscal years after the offering.

The EPS ratio is calculated by taking the company's earnings and dividing by the number of shares outstanding. EPSGROWTH is calculated as follows: [((EPS - EPS5) / EPS5) * 100].

EPS5

EPS Five Years Prior:: Earnings per share (EPS) five fiscal years prior to the offering.

EPS3

EPS Three Years Prior:: Earnings per share (EPS) three fiscal years prior to the offering.

EPS2

EPS Two Years Prior:: Earnings per share (EPS) two fiscal years prior to the offering.

DS_HIGHPRIC

High Price Last 52 Weeks:: The highest of all the intra-trading day highs during the preceding 52 weeks, in host currency.

MKTVALUEPF_PROS

Market Value After Offer from Prospectus (US$ mil):: According to the outstanding shares on the prospectus, market value after offer from prospectus is calculated as: Shares Outstanding After Offering from Prospectus (OUTSTANDINGPF_PROS) x Offer Price (P), expressed in millions of dollars.

PFD

Preferred Equity ($ Mil):: Total preferred equity outstanding at liquidation value after offering, in millions of dollars.

ASSETS

Total Assets Before Offering ($ Mil):: Total balance sheet assets, including current assets, long-term investments and funds, net fixed assets, intangible assets and deferred charges, before the offering, in millions of dollars.

Equals total liabilities plus shareholders' equity plus minority interest.

IMPUTED_MANAGER_FEES_R

Imputed Fees per Manager ($Mil):: Imputed fee per manager ($Mil) based on Thomson Reuters's proprietary data model.

Fees to individual managers are allocated from the deal fees, which could be either publicly disclosed deal fees or imputed, as discussed in IMPUTED_TOTAL_FEES. The allocation methodology is based on "Manager Role" provided by Thomson Reuters, total number of managers on the deal, as well as the number of Managers in each role.

Syndicate Members are not included.

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Specific currency is converted using exchange rate at the time of offer/pricing date.

IMPUTED_MANAGER_FEES_R_AUD

Imputed Fees per Manager (AU$Mil):: Imputed fee per manager (AU$Mil) based on Thomson Reuters's proprietary data model.

Fees to individual managers are allocated from the deal fees, which could be either publicly disclosed deal fees or imputed, as discussed in IMPUTED_TOTAL_FEES. The allocation methodology is based on "Manager Role" provided by Thomson Reuters, total number of managers on the deal, as well as the number of Managers in each role.

Syndicate Members are not included. Specific currency is converted using exchange rate at the time of offer/pricing date.

IMPUTED_MANAGER_FEES_R_EURO

Imputed Fees per Manager (EURO):: Imputed fee per manager (EURO) based on Thomson Reuters's proprietary data model.

Fees to individual managers are allocated from the deal fees, which could be either publicly disclosed deal fees or imputed, as discussed in IMPUTED_TOTAL_FEES.

The allocation methodology is based on "Manager Role" provided by Thomson Reuters, total number of managers on the deal, as well as the number of Managers in each role. Syndicate Members are not included. Specific currency is converted using exchange rate at the time of offer/pricing date.

IMPUTED_MANAGER_FEES_R_STG

Imputed Fees per Manager (STG):: Imputed fee per manager (Pounds Sterling) based on Thomson Reuters's proprietary data model.

Fees to individual managers are allocated from the deal fees, which could be either publicly disclosed deal fees or imputed, as discussed in IMPUTED_TOTAL_FEES.

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The allocation methodology is based on "Manager Role" provided by Thomson Reuters, total number of managers on the deal, as well as the number of Managers in each role. Syndicate Members are not included. Specific currency is converted using exchange rate at the time of offer/pricing date.

IMPUTED_MANAGER_FEES_R_YEN

Imputed Fees per Manager (Yen):: Imputed fee per manager (Yen) based on Thomson Reuters's proprietary data model.

Fees to individual managers are allocated from the deal fees, which could be either publicly disclosed deal fees or imputed, as discussed in IMPUTED_TOTAL_FEES.

The allocation methodology is based on "Manager Role" provided by Thomson Reuters, total number of managers on the deal, as well as the number of Managers in each role. Syndicate Members are not included. Specific currency is converted using exchange rate at the time of offer/pricing date.

GLOBAL_COORD

Global Coordinators (Codes Listed Down the Page):: Thomson Reuters codes for all the global coordinators of an offering, listed down.

When the issuer is offering shares in several markets across borders, one of the lead managers may be appointed to co-ordinate the entire offering, and is known as the global coordinator.

ICOMGR

International Co-Managers (selling group on non-US issues)(Code):: Fixed Income and Equity - Thomson Reuters codes identifying the members of the selling group of an issue .

The selling group is comprised of the lead, co-managers and syndicate members. Applies only to non-US New Issues Fixed Income and Equity databases.

INTLCOMANAGERS_PRINT

Int'l Co-Managers Truncated (Codes):: Thomson Reuters code identifying each co-manager on an issue. On non-US issues, syndicate members are included. This one-line data item denotes book manager(s) by placing a double slash (//) after the book manager code(s), then orders the co-managers by the order in which they appeared in the prospectus.

Any co-managers who do not fit in the data item are truncated, and an asterisk (*) is placed at the end of the field (40 characters wide).

INTLMARKETPLACE

INTL Marketplace Flag (Y/N):: Set to Y when the transaction meets the following criteria: Includes all international and cross border, non-convertible debt and non-convertible preferred stock transactions.

Including Euro bonds, foreign bonds, Yankee bonds and global transactions. Excludes all International certificates of deposit and deposit notes. Includes International Bank Notes. Excludes all global Asset-backed and Mortgage-backed transactions with an issuer nation of the United States. This data item only applies to SDC Platinum™ Standard International Bond League Table Sessions (J, K, L, N and O sessions).

Criteria Description Platinum Code Applicable Databases Foreign & International ED, EP Exclude convertible deals CVT EP Yankee Bonds FMCOD M, D, P, R144D, R144D Global Bonds GLOBAL_BOND M, D, P, R144D, R144P Exclude US ABS & MBS MTGTYPC and NATC M, P, R144D, R144P Exclude CDs & Deposit Notes SECUR ED, EP, M, D, P, R144D, R144P

ALLOT_CUSIP

Japanese Third Party Allotment:: Allotted Company Cusip: Cusip of companies receiving 3rd party allotment shares.

Applies only to Japanese New Issues database.

ISLAMIC_FINANCING_YN

Islamic Financing Flag (Y/N):: A yes/no flag to indicate that a Loan or Bond is classified as Islamic Financing.

ILONG

Issuer Name Full:: Displays the complete name (Long Name) of the Issuer/Borrower.

CU

Issuer/Borrower 6-digit CUSIP:: The 6-digit CUSIP of the issuer or borrower.

The CUSIP is a six character, unique identifier for every company. Every U.S. company with publicly traded securities is listed in the Standard & Poors CUSIP directory and has a CUSIP assigned to it.

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When companies are sorted by their CUSIPs, the listing will be approximately alphabetical. In cases where a CUSIP has not been assigned, SDC will estimate one according to the rules specified by S&P.

NAICS_CODE

Issuer/Borrower All NAIC (Code):: A list of all North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes assigned to the issuer/borrower.

SIC

Issuer/Borrower All SIC (Codes on One Line):: Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes for the issuer or borrower.

A separate SIC code is assigned to each line of business in which a company is involved. The first SIC code listed is the primary SIC code, which indicates the primary line of business for the issuer or borrower based on revenues. Up to ten SIC codes will be assigned based on information obtained from Securities and Exchange Commission filings and other corporate documents.

IP

Issuer/Borrower Immediate Parent's 6-digit CUSIP:: 6-digit CUSIP of issuer's immediate parent.

The CUSIP is a six character, unique identifier for every company. Every U.S. company with publicly traded securities is listed in the Standard & Poors CUSIP directory and has a CUSIP assigned to it. When companies are sorted by their CUSIPs, the listing will be approximately alphabetical.

In cases where a CUSIP has not been assigned, SDC will estimate one according to the rules specified by S&P.

IPNAMES

Issuer/Borrower Immediate Parent's Name:: Name of issuer/borrower's immediate parent.

INTERNET_ADDRESS

Issuer/Borrower Internet Address:: Internet address (URL) of the issuer/borrower company

TMAINDUSTRYCODE

Issuer/Borrower M&A Industry (Code):: Code for the industry sector(s) of the target in a related M&A transaction.

TF_MACRO_CODE

Issuer/Borrower Macro Industry (Code):: Thomson Reuters proprietary macro-level industry classifications based on SIC Codes, NAIC Codes and overall company business description.

There are 14 macro-level classifications comprised of more than 85 mid-level categories.

TF_MACRO_DESC

Issuer/Borrower Macro Industry (Description):: Thomson Reuters proprietary macro-level industry classifications based on SIC Codes, NAIC Codes and overall company business description. There are 14 macro-level classifications comprised of more than 85 mid-level categories.

TF_MID_CODE

Issuer/Borrower Mid Industry (Code):: Thomson Reuters proprietary mid-level industry classifications based on SIC Codes, NAIC Codes and overall company business description.

There are more than 85 mid-level industry classifications grouped by 14 macro-level categories.

TF_MID_DESC

Issuer/Borrower Mid Industry (Description):