"A type of Secondary Offering that is announced right after the market closes. The offering is usually priced and customers must place orders within a few hours. The shares are allocated before the market opens the next day."
What is a Secondary or Follow-On Offering? How do they work?
A Secondary or Follow-on Offering is when an already public company registers additional shares. The shares could be newly issued by the company to raise additional capital or a sale by an existing shareholder, or both. A Marketed Secondary Offering ...
When an already public company sells or registers additional shares in the public market. These offerings typically have a trading history and valuation set by the market. Secondary Offerings come in different forms, and are often completed in hours ...
A block of shares available for purchase usually priced at or below market prices, usually without a registration statement. A block of shares for sale is announced after the market closes, usually at a discount to the closing price. Investors have a ...
Initial Public Offering (IPO)
When a company issues shares to the public for the first time. Known as "going public".