Investments glossary

Unsponsored ADR

An unsponsored ADR is an American depositary receipt (ADR) that a depositary bank issues without the involvement, participation – or even the consent – of the foreign issuer whose stock underlies the ADR. The issuer therefore has no control over an unsponsored ADR, in contrast to a sponsored ADR where it retains control.

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