ADR: American depository receipt is a negotiable certificate that represents a company’s publicly traded equity or debt. They are created when a broker purchases the company’s shares on the home stock market and delivers those to the depository’s local custodian bank, which then instructs the depository bank, to issue Depository Receipts. Depository receipts could be traded freely just like any other security, either by exchange or in the over-the-counter market and could be used to raise capital.

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