Equity issuance

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In financial markets, an equity issuance is the sale of new equity or stock by a firm to investors.wikipedia
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In financial markets, an equity issuance is the sale of new equity or stock by a firm to investors.
As new shares are issued by a company, the ownership and rights of existing shareholders are diluted in return for cash to sustain or grow the business.

Financial market

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In financial markets, an equity issuance is the sale of new equity or stock by a firm to investors.

Database transaction

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Equity issuance can involve a private sale, in which the transaction between investors and the firm takes place directly, or publicly, in which case the firm has to register the securities with the authorities and the sale takes place in an organized market, open to any registered investor, a process more akin to an auction.

Auction

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Equity issuance can involve a private sale, in which the transaction between investors and the firm takes place directly, or publicly, in which case the firm has to register the securities with the authorities and the sale takes place in an organized market, open to any registered investor, a process more akin to an auction.

Secondary market offering

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Two common types of public equity issuance are initial public offerings (IPOs) and Secondary equity offerings (SEOs or FO).

Corporate finance

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This is one of the ways firms finance themselves, that is, they obtain funds from investors in order to engage in business.

Investor

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In financial markets, an equity issuance is the sale of new equity or stock by a firm to investors. This is one of the ways firms finance themselves, that is, they obtain funds from investors in order to engage in business.

Business

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This is one of the ways firms finance themselves, that is, they obtain funds from investors in order to engage in business.

Investment banking

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Investment banks, such as Goldman Sachs or Morgan Stanley are frequently intermediaries in the equity issue process, and for some of these firms the fees associated with IPOs are a substantial part of their income.

Goldman Sachs

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Investment banks, such as Goldman Sachs or Morgan Stanley are frequently intermediaries in the equity issue process, and for some of these firms the fees associated with IPOs are a substantial part of their income.

Morgan Stanley

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Investment banks, such as Goldman Sachs or Morgan Stanley are frequently intermediaries in the equity issue process, and for some of these firms the fees associated with IPOs are a substantial part of their income.

Intermediary

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Investment banks, such as Goldman Sachs or Morgan Stanley are frequently intermediaries in the equity issue process, and for some of these firms the fees associated with IPOs are a substantial part of their income.

Fee

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Investment banks, such as Goldman Sachs or Morgan Stanley are frequently intermediaries in the equity issue process, and for some of these firms the fees associated with IPOs are a substantial part of their income.

Initial public offering

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Two common types of public equity issuance are initial public offerings (IPOs) and Secondary equity offerings (SEOs or FO). Investment banks, such as Goldman Sachs or Morgan Stanley are frequently intermediaries in the equity issue process, and for some of these firms the fees associated with IPOs are a substantial part of their income.

Bank

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The role of these banks is to study the characteristics and business plans of the firm which is issuing equity and then recommend a minimum purchase price to investors.

Opportunity

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On the other hand, they are in charge of convincing investors that the purchase is a good opportunity and therefore the success of IPO placement partly hinges on the reputation of the investment bank that is doing it.

Reputation

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On the other hand, they are in charge of convincing investors that the purchase is a good opportunity and therefore the success of IPO placement partly hinges on the reputation of the investment bank that is doing it.

Joint-stock company

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Often it is done by joint stock companies to raise money.

Saab Automobile bankruptcy

On August 5, Saab paid the salaries to the white-collar workers through equity issuance where the Gemini Fund bought 5m shares in Saab.

Yottaa

From an equity issuance in December 2014, Yottaa received $10.45 million.

BankMuscat Direct

The team actively assists the brokerage arm in equity sales efforts through regular client briefings and has strong rapport with company management which helps in aiding clients' due diligence process.