private offering

Definition of "private offering"
  1. A transaction where the issuer of securities sells them to a select group of large investors, without making the securities available to the public
How to use "private offering" in a sentence
  1. The company decided to go for a private offering to raise funds instead of a public offering.
  2. In order to keep control within their circle, a startup may opt for a private offering when selling its securities.
  3. A private offering can be an effective fundraising strategy for small to medium-sized businesses looking to expand.

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