Secondary Public Offering

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Secondary Public Offering

Any issue of stock after the initial public offering. That is, in a secondary public offering, a company sells shares that it has not previously issued. This increases the number of shares outstanding, which can (though does not always) lead to dilution of share value. A secondary public offering occurs on the primary market and therefore should not be confused with secondary market transactions.
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In addition, say financial experts, the confidentiality inherent in a PIPE keeps a small-cap or micro-cap company from being hammered by short sellers who reportedly lie in wait for companies announcing secondary public offerings.
was the managing underwriter for the initial and/or secondary public offerings for one or more of the companies affiliated with this conference.
During his tenure, he provided key analysis for two secondary public offerings, and merged nine separate reporting entities into one consolidated reporting structure.
Since inception, FBRDirect has participated in several hundred online Initial, trust, private placement, and Secondary Public Offerings.
a company he helped guide through initial and secondary public offerings, 50 percent annual revenue growth, and worldwide expansion through 13 acquisitions before it was acquired in 2001.
Since the IPO, EPIQ Systems has completed two secondary public offerings, two private placements and six acquisitions.
In particular, her fourteen-year tenure at Sotheby's, including her active involvement in that firm's initial and secondary public offerings, as well as its day-to-day financial management, make for a perfect fit which should enhance both our internal financial and external investor relations functions.
Mendelson's career at Pillsbury include serving as the lead partner on the initial public offering and two secondary public offerings for Network Solutions, Inc.
Prior to Calera, Peterson was the senior vice president and chief financial officer at E-H International, an $80 million high tech holding company, where he completed initial and secondary public offerings, and played a key role in a corporate acquisition.
Greg has been a great strength in helping CBT establish its relationship with major application software vendors and in successfully completing both its initial and secondary public offerings earlier this year," said Bill McCabe, CBT's President and Chief Executive Officer.
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