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Follow-On Offering

An issue of stock after an initial public offering (IPO), usually within one year. The company itself may sell more shares after its IPO, and often shares are sold by company insiders and pre-IPO investors, such as private equity and venture capital firms. When the follow-on shares come entirely from shareholders with previously unregistered stock, none of the proceeds go to the company.

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