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Reverse Merger Stocks

posted by andrej123 3 months ago
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A reverse merger (also referred to as a reverse takeover or reverse IPO) is usually a way for private companies to go public, typically through a more convenient, shorter, and less expensive process. A conventional initial public offering (IPO) is more complicated and costly, as private companies seek the services of an investment bank to underwrite and issue shares of the soon-to-be public company. Aside from filing the regulatory paperwork – and assisting authorities examine the deal – the bank can also help to establish demand for the stock and provide suggestions on appropriate initial pricing.

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