Definitions for "Blind Pool"
Limited partnership in which the specific properties are chosen by the general partner, after the funds become available.
A securities offering of interests in a property or group of properties that have yet to be acquired.
A form of limited partnership which doesn't specify what investment opportunities the general partner plans to pursue. see also pool.
A company that goes public by filing with the SEC a registration statement, and raises money without having a specific company business. Blind pools are usually created as vehicles to merge with privately held companies that want to be public, and have access to raising capital. (Also called a blank check company).
a public shell company with money in the treasury
Blind trust Blitzkrieg tender offer
A commingled fund accepting investor capital without prior specification of property assets