Arriving at the price of an Initial Public Offering and the
price of a stock sold in secondary markets have two different outcomes. An IPO
is the final stage in the funding pipeline that restructures the makeup of the
company’s investors. In an IPO, private capital sources can exit their
investment allowing for a more distributed group of investors to take ownership
of the company.
Trading on secondary markets provides an ongoing governance
structures so that investors remain informed. The performance of a company can
be linked to the performances of its share price, which . . .
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